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Military history of Iraq

The military history of Iraq, due to a rich archaeological record, is one of the longest in written human history. The region of Iraq, which used to be Mesopotamia, has been referred to as the "cradle of civilization", and wars of conquest have b ...

                                               

RAF Hinaidi

Royal Air Force Station Hinaidi was a Royal Air Force station near Baghdad in the Kingdom of Iraq. It was operational from 1922 until 1938, when operations were transferred to RAF Habbaniya.

                                               

Samarrah Offensive

The Samarrah Offensive was launched by the British against the Ottomans as part of the Mesopotamian Campaign in World War I. After Baghdad fell to the British on March 11, 1917, there were still 10.000 Ottoman troops north of the city, led by Kha ...

                                               

Urartu–Assyria War

The Urartu–Assyria War was a conflict between the Kingdom of Urartu and the Neo-Assyrian Empire. The war began around 714 BC, with the invasion of Urartu by the Assyrian King Sargon II. Sargon led multiple offensives deep into Urartian territory, ...

                                               

4th Infantry Division (Iraq)

                                               

Iraqi Navy

The Iraqi Navy is one of the components of the military of Iraq. Its primary responsibilities are the protection of Iraqs coastline and offshore assets. Initially called the Iraqi Coastal Defense Force, its official name was changed on 12 January ...

                                               

Salam Jassem Hussein

Salam Jassem Hussein al-Obeidi is an Iraqi militaryman who got media appraisal in the second Iraqi civil war and the Second battle of Mosul. Salam Hussein is now Lieutenant-Colonel.

                                               

Al-Sadiqoun Bloc

Al-Sadiqoun literally the speakers of the truth in Arabic is a political wing of the Shia Asaib Ahl al-Haq AAH ; Arabic: عصائب أهل الحق Asayib Ahl al-Haq, "League of the Righteous", a Shia anti-American grouping with alleged Iranian patronage. As ...

                                               

Al Ghadeer International Festival

The festival began in 2007 with the Organized by of the Badr Organization and Alghadeer TV. It is one of the biggest annual festivals of the media, in which some personalities, institutions, satellite channels, radio stations, etc.

                                               

Anglo Irish Bank Hurdle

                                               

Constitution (Amendment No. 17) Act 1931

The Constitution Act 1931, popularly called the Public Safety Act 1931, was an Act of the Oireachtas of the Irish Free State amending the Constitution of the Irish Free State. It inserted Article 2A which empowered the Executive Council to declar ...

                                               

Emergency Powers Act 1939

The Emergency Powers Act 1939 was an Act of the Oireachtas enacted on 3 September 1939, after an official state of emergency had been declared on 2 September 1939 in response to the outbreak of the Second World War. The Act empowered the governme ...

                                               

Children and Family Relationships Act 2015

The Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 amended family law in Ireland to extend parental rights and responsibilities to non-traditional families. It simplifies adoption rights for the spouse or civil partner of a biological parent, and for ...

                                               

Trinity College Law Review

The Trinity College Law Review is a student-run law review affiliated with Trinity College Dublin School of Law. It is the oldest Irish student edited law journal, published annually every March since 1998. The review publishes selected submissio ...

                                               

Law enforcement in the Republic of Ireland

Law enforcement in the Republic of Ireland is the responsibility of Irelands civilian police force, An Garda Siochana, commonly referred to as the Gardai. It is responsible for all civil policing within the country and has been the only territori ...

                                               

LGBT rights in the Republic of Ireland

Attitudes in Ireland towards lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people are regarded as among the most liberal in the world. Ireland is notable for its transformation from a country holding overwhelmingly conservative attitudes toward LGBT is ...

                                               

Campaign for Homosexual Law Reform

The Campaign for Homosexual Law Reform was an organisation set up to campaign for the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Its most prominent leader was David Norris, an English studies ...

                                               

Transgender rights in Ireland

In the Republic of Ireland, it was not possible for a transgender person to alter their birth certificate until 2015. Lydia Foy took a case in the High Court in 2002 that was turned down, as a birth certificate was deemed to be a historical docum ...

                                               

Minister for the Co-ordination of Defensive Measures

The Minister for the Co-ordination of Defensive Measures was the title of Frank Aiken as a member of the Government of Ireland during The Emergency - the state of emergency in operation in Ireland during World War II. The Minister was intended to ...

                                               

Minister for Economic Affairs

The Minister for Economic Affairs was a position in the Government of the Irish Republic, the self-declared state which was established in 1919 by Dail Eireann, the parliamentary assembly made up of the majority of Irish MPs elected in the 1918 g ...

                                               

Minister for Labour (Ireland)

The Minister for Labour was originally a position in the Government of the Irish Republic, the self-declared state which was established in 1919 by Dail Eireann, the parliamentary assembly made up of the majority of Irish MPs elected in the 1918 ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 21st Dail

On 5 July 1977, the members of the 21st Dail met for the first time. Jack Lynch was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 15th Government of Ireland, a single-party Fianna Fail gover ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 22nd Dail

On 30 June 1981, the 22nd Dail met for the first time. Garret FitzGerald was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 17th Government of Ireland, a coalition government of Fine Gael and the Labour Party, which was a ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 23rd Dail

On 9 March 1982, Charles Haughey was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 18th Government of Ireland, a minority single-party Fianna Fail government, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appointment by the pre ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 24th Dail

On 14 December 1982, Garret FitzGerald was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 19th Government of Ireland, a coalition government of Fine Gael and the Labour Party, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appoin ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 25th Dail

On 10 March 1987, Charles Haughey was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 20th Government of Ireland, a single-party minority Fianna Fail government, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appointment by the pr ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 26th Dail

On 12 July 1989, Charles Haughey was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 21st Government of Ireland, a coalition of Fianna Fail–Progressive Democrats, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appointment by the p ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 27th Dail

The Ministers of State from the Labour Party resigned on 17 November 1994.

                                               

Ministers of State of the 28th Dail

On 26 June 1997, Bertie Ahern was appointed as Taoiseach by the president and proposed the members of the 25th Government of Ireland, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appointment by the president. On this date, Ahern also announced to that ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 29th Dail

On 6 June 2002, Bertie Ahern was appointed as Taoiseach by the president for a second term and proposed the members of the 26th Government of Ireland, which was approved by Dail Eireann for appointment by the president. On this date, Ahern also a ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 30th Dail

On 14 June 2007, the 27th Government of Ireland was approved by Dail Eireann following nomination by the Taoiseach, and then appointed by the President. The Fianna Fail–Green Party–Progressive Democrats coalition government was led by the Taoisea ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 31st Dail

This is a list of Ministers of State of the 31st Dail. On 9 March 2011, the 29th Government of Ireland was approved by Dail Eireann on the advice of the Taoiseach, and then appointed by the President. The Fine Gael–Labour Party coalition was led ...

                                               

Ministers of State of the 32nd Dail

This is a list of Ministers of State of the 32nd Dail. On 6 May 2016, the 30th Government of Ireland was nominated by Dail Eireann on the advice of the Taoiseach, and then appointed by the President. The Fine Gael–Independent coalition was led by ...

                                               

Minister of State for Disability Issues

The Minister of State for Disability Issues is a junior ministerial post at the Departments of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Justice and Equality, and Health of the Government of Ireland. The Minister works together with the senior Mi ...

                                               

List of presidential appointees to the Council of State (Ireland)

The President of Ireland has the right to appoint a maximum of seven members of the Council of State, which advises the President in exercising certain reserve powers. As well as the seven appointees, the Council has seven ex officio members and ...

                                               

Members of the Senate of Southern Ireland

The Senate of Southern Ireland was the upper house of the Parliament of Southern Ireland, established de jure in 1921 under the terms of the Government of Ireland Act 1920. The Act stipulated that there be 64 senators, but only 40 were selected a ...

                                               

List of Parliamentary Secretaries of Ireland

In the Irish Free State, the Ministers and Secretaries Act 1924 created the post of Parliamentary Secretary, originally limited to seven holders. In 1978, the office was superseded in the Republic of Ireland by the office of Minister of State. Th ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 3rd Dail

On 6 December 1922, on the day of the coming into operation of the Constitution of the Irish Free State, W. T. Cosgrave was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of Dail Eireann. These were the ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 4th Dail

On 19 September 1923, the members of the 4th Dail met for the first time. W. T. Cosgrave was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 3rd Executive Counc ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 5th Dail

On 23 June 1927, the members of the 5th Dail met for the first time. W. T. Cosgrave was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 3rd Executive Council of ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 6th Dail

On 11 October 1927, the members of the 6th Dail met for the first time. W. T. Cosgrave was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 4th Executive Council ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 7th Dail

On 9 March 1932, the members of the 7th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 6th Executive Council o ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 8th Dail

On 8 February 1933, the members of the 8th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as President of the Executive Council by the Governor-General on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 7th Executive Counci ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 9th Dail

On 21 July 1937, the members of the 9th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was elected as President of the Executive Council by the Dail. He proposed the members of the 8th Executive Council, a single-party Fianna Fail government, and t ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 10th Dail

On 30 June 1938, the members of the 10th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 2nd Government of Ireland, a single-party Fianna Fail ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 11th Dail

On 1 July 1943, the members of the 11th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 3rd Government of Ireland, a single-party Fianna Fail g ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 12th Dail

On 9 June 1944, the members of the 12th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 4th Government of Ireland, a single-party Fianna Fail g ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 13th Dail

On 18 February 1948, the members of the 13th Dail met for the first time. John A. Costello was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 5th Government of Ireland, a coalition government ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 14th Dail

On 13 June 1951, the members of the 14th Dail met for the first time. Eamon de Valera was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 6th Government of Ireland, a single-party Fianna Fail ...

                                               

Parliamentary Secretaries of the 15th Dail

On 2 June 1954, the members of the 15th Dail met for the first time. John A. Costello was appointed as Taoiseach by the president on the nomination of the Dail. He proposed the members of the 7th Government of Ireland, a coalition government of F ...

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