On Sunday, September 23, an Ezidi family from Shingal was denied fingerprinting processing for passports after having paid their government fees of 30,000 dinar ($25 USD) per passport plus 5,000 dinar for the computerized application form at the Faisilia, Mosul, office in Nineveh province, Iraq.
A top Iranian security official warned Jerusalem on Thursday to stop bombing Iranian military bases in Syria, adding that Tehran will react in a way that will cause “sorrow” for Israel.
Iraqi Parliament elected Mohammad al-Halbousi, a Sunni lawmaker as speaker on Saturday, taking the first step to form a new government, a Kurdish lawmaker told Avatoday.
Amy L. Beam, a Yezidi activist and writer accused an airport police officer from Kurdistan Region of offending her new published book, titled "The Last Yezidi Genocide,” in late August.
Border forces in Iraqi Kurdistan Region’s city of Sulaymaniyeh arrested four Peshmerga of Kurdistan Freedom party (PAK) on Tuesday.