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Weekly Security Update

By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk COUNTRY OVERVIEW This brief covers an extended reporting period from 11 – 20 March in order to coincide with the anniversary of the Iraqi invasion and a week which has seen heightened levels of violence, especially in Baghdad and surrounding provinces, but also notably in Basra. In line with […]

Weekly Security Update

    By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk. (Please click on graphics to view.) COUNTRY OVERVIEW This week in Iraq has been somewhat calmer than the previous reporting period with a noted decrease in attack tempo. There were decreases in the number of civilian fatalities with a reported total of approx. 57 fatalities country wide […]

Weekly Security Update

    By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk. (Please click on graphics to view.) COUNTRY OVERVIEW The reporting week ended on a somewhat wretched note with the news that Baghdad had witnessed heightened levels of violence with the reported deaths of at least 52 people and approx. 108 wounded, however it is difficult to gauge […]

Weekly Security Update

By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk. (Please click on graphics to view.) COUNTRY OVERVIEW 08 and 11 February saw bombings in Mosul, Baghdad, Karbala and Shomali that resulted in the deaths of at least 38 people with a further approx 100 wounded, which followed a similar pattern of attacks from the previous week. There has […]

Weekly Security Update

By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk. The past week in Iraq has been dominated by the worsening political crisis that continues to engulf the Al-Maliki administration at both the international and domestic level.  With inflammatory political discourse, a possible Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) secession and divisive Al-Maliki politics leading both the international and domestic news […]