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Telegraph: Iraq is the second most affected country in the world

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Telegraph: Iraq is the second most affected country in the world

Post  claud39 on Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:12 am

http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=218462



[size=30][ltr]Telegraph: Iraq is the second most affected country in the world[/ltr][/size]




 07-12-2018 













The report of the annual terrorism index for 2018, Friday, that Iraq is the second most affected countries in terms of economic impact as a result of terrorist operations after Afghanistan. 

"Iraq ranked second because the economic costs of terrorism amounted to 10 percent of its domestic economic output, while 10.8 percent of GDP," the report said. 

"The decline in the index of terrorist attacks in 2017 led to the improvement of the location of 94 countries in the index of terrorism, but 46 countries, including Britain has deteriorated its position in the index while the countries of Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Somalia and South Yemen ranks the top five in a row in the index ' .

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