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Basra airport targeted by rocket fire as violent protests grip Iraq

Basra airport targeted by rocket fire as violent protests grip Iraq

Iraqi security sources said three Katyusha rockets fired by unknown assailants had hit the perimeter of the airport, although no damage or casualties had been reported.

Iraqis demand change as protests run into second week

Iraqis demand change as protests run into second week

Months after Iraq declared victory over the Islamic State group, attention has turned from the military battle to the fight for jobs and public services.

Iraqis protest at oilfields to call for jobs, basic services

Iraqis protest at oilfields to call for jobs, basic services

Two protesters were wounded, police and hospital sources said, without elaborating after the incident.

MoI survey measures level of satisfaction with public services

MoI survey measures level of satisfaction with public services

The Ministry of Interior launched Sunday a comprehensive field survey to measure the public's satisfaction with the services provided to them through the unified centres located in different areas of the country.

Singapore's reputation for glitch-free train services suffers a blow

Singapore's reputation for glitch-free train services suffers a blow

A rare public apology by top transit executives and an assurance from the government that the cause was clear and the fix not complicated have done little to appease the public.

 Nepal turns to China for trade, fuel

Nepal turns to China for trade, fuel

Nepal’s Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa will travel to China today to seek help on importing fuel and expanding road connectivity and transit facilities.