Kirkuk: Fire Engulfs Farmland in Kakayi Village
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Kirkuk: Fire Engulfs Farmland in Kakayi Village

ERBIL — A fire on Tuesday burned a vast area of farmland in a Kakayi populated village in the disputed Kurdish province of Kirkuk.

The fire incident, the cause of which was not known immediately, burned several crop fields in Zanqar village, Daquq Mayor Luis Afandi confirmed to BasNews.

Alongside firefighter crews, Iraqi Army and Federal Police forces also arrived at the site to put out the blaze, according to the official.

No one was directly blamed for the fire incident, with no claim of responsibility either.

Last night, Islamic State (IS) militants set fire to several agricultural fields in Balldagh Dukishman, Taza sub-district, in Khanaqin.

A similar fire incident was reported earlier on May 18 in Yangija village of Daquq, south of Kirkuk, which was the first of its kind.

Repeated Fire incidents, since the Iraqi Army took control of the Kurdish areas in Kirkuk, Salahaddin, Diyala, and Nineveh in 2017, often cause serious damage to farmlands in different villages, particularly those populated by the Kurds.

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