SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: MAY 2019

This is May’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report covering the provinces of Basra, Maysan, Dhi Qar, and Muthanna. SIGACT map, pivot table, and protest tables are available below. I recorded 54 total incidents in May, continuing the relative quiet seen in April. Last month’s tribal fighting in Garmat ‘Ali between the Hamdani and Batoot

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: APRIL 2019

This is April’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report covering the provinces of Basra, Maysan, Dhi Qar, and Muthanna. I recorded 57 total incidents in April, down from 84 in March, breaking a trend of rising incident counts since January 2019. Serious tribal fighting continued in the Garmat ‘Ali area of Basra City

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: FEBRUARY 2019

This is February’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report covering the provinces of Basra, Maysan, Dhi Qar, and Muthanna. I recorded 75 total incidents in February, up from 61 in January. This has been due largely to a spike in protest activity, particularly linked to the health sector (55 protest events were recorded

SOUTH IRAQ SECURITY REPORT: DECEMBER 2018

This is December’s edition of my south Iraq SIGACT monitoring report covering the provinces of Basra, Maysan, Dhi Qar, and Muthanna. December has seen a further uptick in activity across several categories. Monitoring captured a total of 88 incidents (up from 66 in November and from 42 in October). Of particular note in December was a spate of incidents

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 >