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An Interview with Saif al-Jaibeji of Iraq Health

Robert Tollast is a consultant at Noorbridge, a Helsinki based consultancy with staff in London and Nasiriyah, Iraq. He has written extensively on security, politics and economic issues in Iraq for various publications, and is currently researching a modern history of Iraq with support from The Middle East Forum. email: [email protected] twitter: @roberttollast To understand […]

100 Unlicensed Iraqi Pharmacies Closed in April

AKnews reports that one hundred unlicensed pharmacies were shut down throughout Iraq in April, and four tons of out-of-date medicine were seized and destroyed. The Inspector General at the Health Ministry, Adel Muhsin, said the ministry closed the pharmacies for selling drugs that were unfit for human consumption and came from unknown factories and origins. […]