Kurdistan Region reports 41 new coronavirus cases

41 new infection cases were recorded on Monday in Kurdistan Region's Capital city of Erbil, according to a statement from health ministry. 


The infected individuals are 17 women, 15 men, and 9 children. 2 of them are from So...

New coronavirus cases in Kurdistan Region

The Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Regional Government announced the registration of 3 new coronavirus cases in Chamchamal district of Sulaymaniyah governorate.


The ministry said in a statement, on Sunday evening, that the n...

MHF launches electronic health service

Mam Humanitarian Foundation (MHF) launched, on Sunday, a new electronic service that enables patients to receive medical advice and supervision through WhatsApp.


The foundation said in a statement that the service is called "Fast...


Garmian.. Peshmerga repels an ISIS attack

ISIS terrorists attacked a base belonging to Kurdish Peshmerga foces in Kulajo, south of Kifri in Garmian administration, with mortar shells on Tuesday night, where the Peshmerga forces managed to repel the attack.


Our correspond...


WHO: United Nations praises courage of Iraqi health workers

As Iraq and the world tackle the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19, this year’s World Health Day is like no other. Today, we pay tribute to all the health workers on the front lines. They provide treatment and care for affected patients, selfl...


Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris

Thursday, Kurds saluted the seventh anniversary of the assassination of 3 Kurdish women activists in France.


The crime took place on January 9, 2013, targeting 3 female Kurdi...

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Quarantined citizen in Sulaymaniyah: services provided are impossible for major countries

One of the citizens inside a quarantine center in the city of Sulaymaniyah said that what the medical and administrative staff provide is not possible for major countries to provide, and that the q...

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