Governor of Nineveh, Nawfel al-Agoub, opened, on Wednesday, the Suker vital bridge in west Mosul.
Al-A goub told INA correspondent to the province, that the bridge reopened after it had sustained heavy damages which led to its fall due to the severe floods that hit Mosul, adding that the rehabilitation works took no more than 3 months, to reopen the bridge which would contribute to ease traffic jams in the city.
On the other hand, Member of Nineveh Governorate Council, Ghazwan al-Dawoodi announced on Wednesday, the opening of Al-Rasheed Bank building in Ba’asheeqa district to the north of Mosul
PM Adel Abdul Mahdi asserted on Sunday that the Three-Way Summit is a point of transformation in the future of mutual relations and interests
President Barham Salih received condolences message from Palestine’s president Mahmud Abbas over the incident of the Sinking Ferry in Tigris River, Mosul
Speaker of Iraqi Parliament Muhammed al-Halbusi is decided to make a 6-days visit to Washington DC, USA starting from Tuesday