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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 9, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 9, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 10 Jul 2016, 5:12 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 9, 2016
Posted on July 9, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Hundreds of Iraqi Kurdish border villages haunted by Turkey’s daily bombings[/size]
Duhok: Hundreds of Kurdish villages in Iraqi Kurdistan on the border with Turkey in Duhok province live in constant fear of daily bombings of the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) by Turkish warplanes, many fleeing and abandoning their destroyed homes. Abdulkarim Ismael is a resident of Qomrya village, one closest to the Turkish border. Because of the bombs this year his family could not celebrate Eid al-Fitr that marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. “Only 30 to 40 families are still living in the village. The rest have fled the area for fear of bombings and destructions by Turkey,” Ismael told Rudaw. He explained that the villagers have no longer any control over their daily lives. “We can’t even tend to our livestock,” Ismael added. Since the breakdown of peace talks between Ankara and the PKK last year dialing air strikes against the group’s positions in the Qandil and other mountains have been commonplace. |
[size=13]Sherri Kraham Talabani: Kurdistan’s future lies in investing in women, youth[/size]
Erbil: A stronger, more democratic, prosperous future for Iraqi Kurdistan lies with empowering the nation’s women and supporting them in leadership and decision-making roles, said Sherri Kraham Talabani, co-founder of SEED, in an interview with Rudaw. Talabani, an American, co-founded Erbil-based SEED (Social Educational Economic Development) with Tanya Gilly-Khailany, originally from Kirkuk, in 2014. Talabani described SEED is a unique merger of international expertise and experience with local know-how. It is focused on long-term improvement, investing in the people of the Kurdistan Region, giving them the tools they need to improve their lives.

[size=13]Russia supplies Iraq with new batch of attack helicopters[/size]
Baghdad: The Iraqi Defense Ministry announced on Friday (July 8) that Russia has supplied Iraq with a new batch of Mi-28NE “Night Hunter” military helicopters. The ministry said in a statement the helicopters are the newest armored combat helicopters and will make an important contribution to support ground forces in operations against the Islamic State (IS). The helicopters have played a distinct role in ground operations against IS, the ministry said. “Upon the helicopters’ arrival, technical staff began the process of installation for their parts in order to be configured to work in the coming days,” the ministry added. The Mi-28NE helicopter is manufactured for operations against tanks, combat vehicles and armored personnel carriers.

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