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Pro-Iran militiamen try to destabilise Diyala

Security |

Pro-Iran militiamen try to destabilise Diyala

Iraqi officials have denounced a rising number of attacks of a sectarian nature that threaten to undermine the eastern province's security.

Security |

Syrian, Russian strikes kill civilians in Idlib, Hama
Syrian, Russian strikes kill civilians in Idlib, Hama

Airstrikes and shelling from regime-controlled areas have killed at least 10 civilians in north-western Syria, damaged homes and set fire to crops.

Crime & Justice |

Iraq repatriates 473 children of foreign ISIS fighters
Iraq repatriates 473 children of foreign ISIS fighters

The children have been repatriated in batches to 10 countries since late 2017, the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

Terrorism |

Radical ideology a concern inside ISIS detention camps
Radical ideology a concern inside ISIS detention camps

ISIS has been defeated militarily, but the issue of how to handle indoctrination remains a concern, especially where children are involved.

Security |

Syrian activists denounce targeting of medics
Syrian activists denounce targeting of medics

Medical and rescue workers and the facilities they operate from have been targeted by Syrian regime and Russian forces, activists say.

Security |

Iraqi forces clear ISIS from huge swath of western desert
Iraqi forces clear ISIS from huge swath of western desert

Joint Iraqi forces have cleared ISIS remnants from 30,000 square kilometres of the western desert stretching up to the border with Syria.

Refugees |

Under IRGC pressure, Deir Ezzor natives leave
Under IRGC pressure, Deir Ezzor natives leave

As Iran-affiliated militias consolidate their presence in the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor, residents have been heading for other areas.

Security |

UK seeks guarantees ahead of tanker's release
UK seeks guarantees ahead of tanker's release

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told his counterpart in Iran 'Grace 1' will be released if Iran guarantees it was not heading to Syria.

Security |

Iraq-Jordan border crossing generates highest revenue since reopening
Iraq-Jordan border crossing generates highest revenue since reopening

The Trebil border crossing, which was reopened in 2017, has begun to register a daily financial revenue of $1.6 million.

Economy |

Syrian regime minimizes impact of fuel crisis
Syrian regime minimizes impact of fuel crisis

The acute shortage of fuel has affected many aspects of daily life in Syria and has given rise to smugglers and black market dealing.

Society |

Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents
Al-Hamdaniya sees surge in return of displaced residents

Around 130,000 displaced residents have returned to the Ninawa province district in the three years since its liberation from ISIS, a local official told Diyaruna.