Syrian and Iranian Regimes killing civilians in Idlib

Syrian and Iranian Regimes Killing Civilians in Idlib

Armin Baldwin 26 December 2019

By Armin Baldwin

According to local news sources, on Saturday, a series of airstrikes and barrel bombings carried out by Russian fighter jets and Syrian helicopters targeted several villages in Idlib, killing at least 18 civilians and wounding dozens of others. Syrian Regime and Russian forces have increased their bombardment of targets in Idlib, the last significant rebel pocket of Syria. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has sworn to recapture it.

The deadline set by the Iraqi election law to specify a nominee for the vacant Iraqi Prime Minister post ended on Sunday, December 22.

The Iraqis Still in Tahrir (Liberation) Square

Azita Carlson 23 December 2019

By Azita Carlson

The deadline set by the Iraqi election law to specify a nominee for the vacant Iraqi Prime Minister post ended on Sunday, December 22.

Many protesters gathered on Sunday night in Tahrir and Al-Khalani squares in Baghdad and emphasized their disagreement with the candidacy of minister of education Qusay al-Suhail for the PM post.

The popular uprising in Iraq that started in October this year has led to the formation of a new balance of power in Iraq.

Where Does Iraq Situation End?

Navid Felker 18 December 2019

By Navid Felker

Iraq is facing a critical situation.

The popular uprising in Iraq that started in October this year has led to the formation of a new balance of power in Iraq.

The Doha Forum in Qatar took place on Saturday and Sunday and brought together top government and business leaders.

Iran Review At Doha Forum

Azita Carlson 16 December 2019

By Azita Carlson

The Doha Forum in Qatar took place on Saturday and Sunday and brought together top government and business leaders. 

Senator Lindsey Graham took part in this international conference in Qatar, along with US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. 

Four rockets hit the Baghdad international airport on Sunday, according to US military officials who blamed Iran and its proxy forces.

Iran Blamed for Rockets Hitting Iraq

Azita Carlson 11 December 2019

By Azita Carlson

Four rockets hit the Baghdad international airport on Sunday, according to US military officials who blamed Iran and its proxy forces. 

The rockets hit the Diplomatic Support Center building, which is located on the opposite side of the airport from the civilian runway and passenger terminal where US military personnel are located. A US official said the rockets landed between 100 and 400 yards away from American troops and civilians. 

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