Revealing the number of suicides in Iraq during the year 2019

23/4/2019 16:55:00

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, on Tuesday announced the registration of 132 cases and attempted suicide in the Iraqi provinces during the first quarter of 2019.


In a statement PUKmedia obtained, the High Commissioner for Human Rights said that, the statistics of suicides in the provinces of Iraq for the first quarter of 2019 amounted to 132 cases, according to the monitoring of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, in coordination with provincial health departments and police departments.


Suicide cases were as follows: 5 cases in Babylon, 5 cases in Wasit, 9 in Diyala, three of them rescued, "noting that" 12 cases were recorded in Diwaniya (8 males, 4 females), 14 cases in Dhi Qar, 6 Cases in Muthanna, two in Anbar, 20 in Karbala (male, 19 female), 14 in Maysan, 15 in Kirkuk and 19 in Basra. "




PUKmedia / Media Office of the Human Rights Commission


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