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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 13, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 13, 2016

Post by rocky on Wed 13 Jul 2016, 5:40 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 13, 2016
Posted on July 13, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Czechs military to offer health care to wounded Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga, Ukrainians
Prague: Czech military health facilities are to offer treatment to Ukrainian soldiers severely wounded in the fighting against pro-Russian rebels and to Iraqi Kurdish Peshmergas wounded while fighting Islamic State militants, according to a proposal submitted by the Defence Ministry, daily Pravo wrote on Tuesday. The health centres should accept 30 wounded Ukrainian or Kurdish patients a year. The costs of their transfer by military planes and their medical treatment would reach 30 million crowns, one million per each patient, the paper writes. The ministry has come up with a proposal to help the soldiers who have been wounded in countries with an unreliable security situation. Ukrainians and Kurds are the first to be offered the help, Pravo writes, but says it is not clear how long the programme should last. |
[size=13]2 Kurdish Peshmerga killed in Islamic State rocket attack: media[/size]
Daquq: Islamic State militants launched a rocket attack on Peshmerga positions in Daquq Rudaw reported. Two Peshmerga were killed and one wounded. “For a long time, IS did not have movements on that front line. But this evening they started attacking the Peshmerga by rockets and one of the rockets landed near to the Peshmerga and caused casualties,” a Peshmerga commander said. “Those Peshmerga that were targeted on the frontline belong to the 9th brigade and are based on [Du Sar] hill. For about more than two years they have been fighting IS on that frontline, and already those Peshmerga retook a lot of land in that area from IS.” Du Sar hill overlooks a Peshmerga trench on the Daquq frontline. |

[size=13]Canada reaffirms humanitarian, military aid for Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Erbil: The Canadian government will continue providing the Iraqi Kurdistan with humanitarian and military assistance as forces still battle Islamic State (IS) militants in northern Iraq. Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Singh Sajjan said his government will support the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) as its Peshmerga fight to defeat ISIS in a war that has raged for nearly two years. Kurdistan PM Nechirvan Barzani received a Canadian delegation headed by Sajjan in Erbil on Tuesday to discuss military operations, humanitarian aid for refugees and displaced Iraqis, as well as training and advising for Peshmerga. In addition to reaffirming humanitarian and military aid for the region, Sajjan acknowledged that the KRG has hosted a large number of refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs), the KRG’s website reported.
[size=13]Dutch woman escapes IS-held, northern Iraqi city of Mosul[/size]
Mosul: A Dutch woman has surrendered to Kurdish Peshmerga fighters near the Islamic State-held city of Mosul in northern Iraq, saying she had been trying to escape the “hell” she was living in “all the time.”
Laura Angela Hansen told Kurdistan 24 television that her father helped her escape with her two children — four-year-old Iman and Abdullah, one. She gave no details. Born in 1995 in the Netherlands, she said her husband, who is Dutch of Palestinian origin, had told her he was taking her on a “vacation” when they entered IS-held areas in Syria. She lived for several months in Raqqa, de facto capital of the “Caliphate,” before they moved to Mosul. “I didn’t want to come to Syria … without me knowing. He pushed me,” she said. AP

[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga commanders warn about dimensions of war to liberate Mosul[/size]
Erbil: Commanders of the Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces have warned that the Islamic State (IS) would use all its facilities and tactics to keep the Iraqi northern city of Mosul under its control and there would be a tough and bloody war in the city. After the liberation of Fallujah and lack of preparation to launch operation to release Mosul, the U.S. has stated that it will increase the number of its forces to 4, 647 soldiers. The Qayareh Airport, which Kurds call Giyara airport is to be used to launch aerial attack against the IS positions in Mosul. The Kurdish commanders have told BBC that there will be a hard war in Mosul and the IS will use all its capabilities to keep the city under its control, adding that the terrorist group has recently used spy drones to gather information about the forces in the region, including Peshmerga and Iraqi forces. |

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