Islamic World News Analysis Group: Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRCG) confirms that it has fired seven short-range missiles at a gathering of terrorist commanders in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in Koy Sanjaq area.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis deputy chairman of PMU, one of the country’s official branches of armed forces, pointed the finger at the US consulate in Basra for the recent riots.
Yesterday after setting the consulate of Iran in Basra on fire by “Protesters”, they didn’t stop there, they started torching other buildings which are affiliated to Badr Organization, Islamic Dawa Party, Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq, and they even attacked & torched an ambulance affiliated to Hashd Al-Shabbi (Popular Mobilization Forces).
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Islamic World News Analysis Group: “Islah and Bana” parliamentary group, with 180 signature, and “Bana” parliamentary group with 150 signature, have claimed that they are the largest parliamentary group.
The result of Iraq’s election after months of disputes, was approved by Federal Supreme Court of Iraq.
Turkey’s fighter jets yesterday, bombarded some of the regions in Sanjar (of Iraq), which resulted the death of a high ranking commander of PKK, named Zaki Shangali including two other individuals.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: According to the announcement of Independent High Electoral Commission of Iraq, the result of the votes are according to the results of electronic counting.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: While Iraq Internet (most cities) had been cut off to control the protests and security in the country until yesterday, there is unofficial news of the deaths and injuries of dozens of protesters during the protests in the past days.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: In recent days, people of Basra in Iraq due to lack of public services such as water and electricity are protesting. It followed yesterday by closing the main roads to eastern border and to Baghdad.
Islamic World News Analysis Group: In the following week, vote boxes with objection on them will be recounted by hand.
The Federal Supreme Court of Iraq, with approving the decision of Council of Representatives —about recounting the votes of “Iraqi parliamentary election”— declared that foreign votes, votes of displaced people, and votes of security forces of “Iraqi Kudistan”, are illegal.