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By: Stephen Kalin
Date: 18 July 2016
Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation
A wetland in southeast Iraq, thought to be the biblical Garden of Eden and almost completely drained during Saddam Hussein's rule, has become a UNESCO world heritage site, Iraqi authorities said on Sunday.
The constitution was drafted by the Council of Representatives and approved by the Iraqi people in a referendum.
Link takes you to a collection of personal status laws and related materials in a number of Arab countries, including the Palestinian Authority territories. Items listed are in Arabic.
The Civil Code is in 4 parts. This is Part 1, which contains Intro and Articles 1 - 197.
The Civil Code is in 4 parts. This is Part 4, which contains Articles 928-1383 (end).
The Civil Code is in 4 parts. This is Part 3, which contains Articles 502-927.
The Civil Code is in 4 parts. This is Part 2, which contains Articles 198-501.