Youssef Abdelkarim began fixing watches at the age of 11, after the death of his paternal grandfather, who opened the store in the 1940s.
Baghdad, a city of nearly ten million residents, is running on an unusual rhythm this Ramadan since Iraq imposed an overnight curfew to curb the spreading coronavirus.
An Iraqi military statement said it found a rocket launcher with one rocket in al-Jihad district in western Baghdad near the airport. The sources said that nobody was hurt in the incident.
The video of the lion leaning out of the car’s window has gone viral and has raised questions about the safety of the road users.
The cause of the fire was not immediately clear.
There were no immediate reports of casualties from the strikes and no claim of responsibility, two police officers said. A number of Shi'ite Muslim militant groups have offices and supporters in eastern Baghdad.
An informed source said, "All flights at Najaf airport have been suspended until further notice, due to the severity of the dust storm."
The video showed the child crossing the checkpoints casually as if he was trained to do this.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in recent weeks in the capital, Baghdad, and across the Shiite south, demanding sweeping political change. The protesters complain of widespread corruption, a lack of job opportunities and poor basic services, with regular power cuts despite the country's vast oil reserves.
The attack was among the deadliest since Oct. 1, when thousands of Iraqis took to the streets calling for sweeping political reforms and the end of Iran's influence in Iraqi affairs. Security forces regularly use live rounds and tear gas to disperse the demonstrations, leading to heavy casualties.