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Iraqi Red Crescent: Displacement of more than 270 families from their houses that affected by floods in Salah al-Din districts.

The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has announced the displacement of more than (270) families from their homes due to the floods that swept through the villages of (Baiji, Ashtayh, Srin, Arbazia) belonging to the districts of Salah governorate. The IRCS has reported in a statement that its teams have rushed to provide assistance and supplies to families which their houses have been ...

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Iraqi Red Crescent: 80 houses collapsed by rain and torrents in Maysan and the teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent mobilizing its efforts to relief them.

The governorate of Maysan this evening has been exposed to heavy rain and torrents which led to the damage of 80 houses and the collapse of dams and bridges in Maleha and Taeb villages, some border villages and its properties have also been damaged, and no dead cases have been recorded so far. The IRCS`s teams in Maysan have immediatly ...

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The detachments of the Iraqi Red Crescent provide first aid and medical services to more than 388,000 visitors.

The Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has provided first aid and medical services to more than 388,000 during the days of Imam Kadihm visit ( peace be upon him). The IRCS has reported that its detachments have provided first aid and medical services for 388406 visitors during the dayes of the above-mentioned visit, the provided services for visitors are burns ...

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The teams of the Iraqi Red Crescent are conducting a field survey for the affected families due to rain for a number of governorates.

Many areas in Iraq have witnessed heavy rain which led to floods in the governorates of Salahuddin, Diywania, Basrah, Maysan, and Wasit, the floods have caused damages in the houses and the public properties for the citizens. In Salahuddin, the local authorities have evacuated forcibly 100 families in the villages of Al-Musahak adjacent to Tigers river and shelter them in ...

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