More than 800 thousand people are displaced in the open in Syria

Idlib - ALSHARQIYA February 14 : The United Nations announced that more than 800,000 Syrians, most of them women and children, have been displaced from their homes due to the military campaign launched by the Syrian regime supported by Russia in northwestern Syria, and UN regional spokesman David Swanson told Reuters that it is expected to continue The wave of mass exodus by the movement of thousands of residents of entire cities and towns to seek safety in areas near the Turkish border, indicating that the population is fleeing thousands in trucks open or on foot, mostly during the night to avoid being monitored, despite the bitter cold that warned officials in the nations The Penned a humanitarian disaster could strike northwest Syria if the aerial bombardment of the great exodus of families from those areas continued


The former Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister, Bahaa Al-Araji, said that the state of clash and chaos is not far from the Iraqi reality in light of the current facts

Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed the need for his cabinet ministers to take responsibility for the afflicted Dhi Qar Governorate

The governor of Dhi Qar, Nazem Al-Waeli, said that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi rose up against the people of Dhi Qar and vowed to ministers who are negligent in serving her