Dibis District

Dibis District (Arabic: قضاء الدبس‎, romanizedqaḍāʾ al-Dubs; Kurdish: قه زای دوبز‎) is a district in northwestern Kirkuk Governorate, northern Iraq. Its administrative center is the town of Dibis. The largest settlement is Altun Kupri. Sargaran subdistrict has a substantial Kurdish majority with a small Arab minority, while Altun Kupri subdistrict is split more equally between Kurds, Arabs, and Turkmen. Markaz Dibis subdistrict, has a Kurdish majority with Arab, Turkmen, and Christian minorities.[1]

Subdistrict Population
in 2008
Markaz Dibis 29,696
Altun Kupri 53,472
Sargaran 11,998
Total 95,166
Dibis District

قضاء الدبس
Dibis is located in Iraq
Dibis
Dibis
Location of Dibis in Iraq
Coordinates (Dibis): 35°40′8″N 44°4′10″E / 35.66889°N 44.06944°ECoordinates: 35°40′8″N 44°4′10″E / 35.66889°N 44.06944°E
Country Iraq
GovernorateKirkuk Governorate
SeatDibis
Population
 (2008)[1]
95,166
Time zoneUTC+3 (AST)
Area code+964 50

References

  1. ^ a b https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/uploads/Documents/pubs/PolicyFocus102.pdf
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