The Dinar is a currency that has been used in Iraq since 1932. It is currently the official currency of Iraq, and is used in many other countries in the Middle East. While it is a relatively stable currency, in recent years the value of the Dinar has fluctuated due to the instability in the region. This has led to speculation about the future of the currency, as well as a number of articles and videos discussing the currency. This section contains a collection of news, articles and videos about the Iraqi Dinar.
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