|Governor of Kirkuk|
3 April 2011 – 16 October 2017
|Preceded by||Abdul Rahman Mustafa|
|Member of the Council of Representatives|
7 March 2010 – 2 April 2011
|Died|| (aged 71)|
Washington D.C., United States
|Cause of death||stroke|
|Children||4 (Three sons and a daughter)|
|Alma mater||George Washington University|
University of Mosul
|Years of service||1972–1975|
Najmiddin Karim (Kurdish: نەجمەدین کەریم; 1949 – 31 October 2020), also known as Najmaldin Karim, was an Iraqi Kurdish politician. He was governor of Kirkuk Governorate from 2011 to 2017. He was born in Kirkuk, Iraq.
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