UNICEF receives USD 200,000 from the Government of Canada to support the continuous provision of quality health services for refugees in Iraq

UNICEF has received USD 200,000 from the Government of Canada (Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada) to support sustaining the continuous provision of quality health services for refugees in Iraq which have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to this contribution, UNICEF will provide and sustain essential maternal, neonatal and child health […]

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The first gold for the Arabs in the Olympics

Baghdad Tunisian swimmer Ahmed Al-Hefnawi won the first gold medal for the Arabs at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics Al-Hefnawi succeeded in winning the gold in the men’s 400-meter freestyle swimming competition, achieving a resounding surprise with a time of 3.43.36 minutes. Al -Hefnawy (18 years) outperformed many champions, as Australian Jack McLoughlin took second […]

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The Head Of The Parliamentary Sports Committee Explains The Reasons For The Modest Iraqi Participation In The Olympics

Baghdad The head of the Parliamentary Youth and Sports Committee, Abbas Alawi, attributed the modest participation of Iraq in the Olympic Games taking place in Tokyo, to the state of instability witnessed by the Olympic Committee in the previous stage, in addition to financial reasons. Alawi told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA: “The […]

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