SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: SEPTEMBER 2018

This is September’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report. September saw another explosion in protest activity, this time concentrated in Basra province. Monitoring captured 124 total incidents. Of these, 103 were protest incidents. I am now in PhD thesis writing mode, so only have time to dump the data without any additional analysis.

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: AUGUST 2018

This is August’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report. August saw a reduction in the rates of protest compared with July, but there was a renewed explosion of activity towards the end of the month and continuing into September. Monitoring captured 84 total incidents, down from 118 in July. Of these, 60 were

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: JULY 2018

This is July’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis report. July saw an explosion in the rate and scale of protest activity across the south. Provincial council buildings were stormed in several provinces, and the offices of political parties and militias were also attacked. Monitoring captured a total of 118 incidents of

South Iraq Security Report: June 2018

This is June’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis report. Monitoring in June captured a total of 78 incidents, 15 killed, and 23 injured. This represents a significant increase in incidents and rates of violence from the previous month when there was 53 incidents, 15 killed, and 10 injured. As I outlined in May’s report, the previous month had seen rates of

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: May 2018

This is May’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis. Monitoring in May captured a total of 53 incidents, 15 killed, and 10 injured. This month’s edition focuses on data, highlighting the return to high levels of violence and tribal fighting following significant security operations both in February and surrounding the elections. In

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: April 2018

April’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis. Monitoring in April captured a total of 55 incidents, 15 killed, and 17 injured. Monitoring parameters were as follows: > Serious violent incidents > Tribal fighting > Terrorism > Protest activity > Kidnapping > Arms trafficking > Maritime incidents SIGACT MAP: South Iraq April 2018

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: March 2018

March’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis including 3D video map, SIGACT Map, and incident report pivot table. Monitoring in March captured a total of 48 incidents, 7 killed, and 9 injured. Monitoring parameters were as follows: > Serious violent incidents > Tribal fighting > Terrorism > Protest activity > Kidnapping >

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: FEBRUARY 2018

February’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis includes a new feature, Video Tours of the data. Incidents have been visualised on a 3D map that can be viewed as video below. The SIGACT Map and Incident Report Pivot Table remain as before. Monitoring parameters were as follows: > Serious violent incidents >

South Iraq Security Report: 6 month “Data Edition” (August-Jan)

In this special “Data Edition” of my monthly reporting on security incidents across southern Iraq (Basra, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Maysan and Wasit), I’ve collated all the data gathered thus far into a single interactive map, pivot table and a number of graphs. Readers can explore and utilise data that captures the previous 6 months (August

South Iraq Security Report: December 2017

This is December’s edition of my Iraq SIGACT monitoring and analysis report focused on the south (now including Wasit). I have started to increase the number of images and videos related to incidents which are now attached to incident reports on the SIGACT map. The data collection parameters for recorded incidents are as follows: >