What is Iraqi Kurdistan?

  • (noun): The part of Kurdistan that is in northwestern Iraq.

Iraqi Kurdistan

Iraqi Kurdistan or Kurdistan Region (Southern Kurdistan) (Kurdish: هه‌رێمی کوردستان‎‎, Herêmî Kurdistan; Arabic: إقليم كردستان العراق‎ Iqlīm Kurdistān Al-‘Irāq) is an autonomous region of Iraq. It borders Iran to the east, Turkey to the north, Syria to the west and the rest of Iraq to the south. The regional capital is Arbil, known in Kurdish as Hewlêr. The region is officially governed by the Kurdistan Regional Government.

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Media Of Iraq - Newspapers
... Al Mutamar is the official organ of the Iraqi National Congress Al Sabaah often reflects the positions of the government ... Iraqi News Baghdad Now Rozhnama (Iraqi Kurdistan) Al Hawza Al Mustaqilla (Baghdad) Al Mutamar Babel The Hewler Globe (Erbil) Azzaman Al-Sabah Al-Jadid Al-Mashriq Al Anbaa (F ...
Politics Of Iraqi Kurdistan - Infrastructure and Transport - Mobility
... Iraqi Kurdistan can be reached by land and air ... By land, Iraqi Kurdistan can be reached most easily by Turkey through the Habur Border Gate which is the only border gate between Kurdistan and Turkey ... Iraqi Kurdistan has two border gates with Iran, the Haji Omaran border gate and the Bashmeg border gate near the city of Sulaymaniyah ...
List Of Newspapers In Iraq
... Iraqi News Rozhnama (Iraqi Kurdistan) Al Hawza Al Mustaqilla (Baghdad) Al Mutamar Babel The Hewler Globe (Erbil) Azzaman Al Sabaah Al-Sabah Al-Jadid Al-Mashriq Al Anbaa (Fallujah) Bashira (Fallujah—out of print ...
Iraqi Kurdistan - Education
... See also Education in Iraq and List of universities in Iraqi Kurdistan Before the establishment of the Kurdistan Regional Government, primary and ... This however changed with the establishment of the Kurdistan autonomous region ... and British International Schools in Kurdistan is the latest with a planned opening in Suleimaniah in September 2011 ...

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