Supporters of Moqtada Al Sadr protest against US troops’ presence in Baghdad on Friday. Reuters
It was the first known attack carried out by an unmanned aerial drone against US forces in Erbil, amid a steady stream of rocket attacks on bases hosting US forces and the embassy in Baghdad that Washington blames on Iran-backed militias.
Iraq’s spiritual leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali Al Sistani, urged both protesters and security forces on Friday to exercise “restraint” to keep renewed demonstrations from degenerating into “chaos.”
The death toll from protests this month has soared to 220, including dozens killed since Friday as they torched government buildings or offices.
The summit was attended by leaders and representatives of the GCC countries and President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China, in addition to delegates from several international organisations.
On his official account on twitter, Tam Khan said that he was in a famous restaurant in Dubai, to celebrate his wife's birthday, where he was surprised by the presence of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid in the restaurant with some guests.
The provisions of the Decree-Law apply to non-Muslim foreigners residing in the country unless someone adheres to the application of his country’s law.