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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 23, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 23, 2016

Post by rocky on Sat Jul 23, 2016 6:11 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 23, 2016
Posted on July 23, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]A new border gate between Iraqi Kurdistan and Iranian Kurdistan opened[/size]
Bane: Aso Faraidoon, the governor of Sulaimani province in Iraqi Kurdistan and Iran’s Kurdistan province governor Abdul-mohammad Zahedi on Saturday have officially opened the border gate of Sairanband, between Iraqi Kurdistan and Iranian Kurdistan, Iranian media reported.
[size=13]Iraqi gov’t forgets its refugee citizens in Kurdistan camps, says official[/size]
Sulaimani: Thousands of Iraqi refugees in three camps in the Kurdish Garmiyan region in Iraqi Kurdistan live in dire conditions without services, saying they have been forgotten by the Iraqi government. “There is no electricity, and our children and patients are living in bad conditions,” Hamdan Nawar, a refugee at Taza De camp told Rudaw. The nearly 11,000 refugees are Iraqis who have fled Islamic State (IS) territories or the ongoing war between Iraqi security forces and the radical group. Taza De camp was established by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee (UNCHR) and it houses around 400 families from Anbar and Salahaddin provinces. They have been provided with good housing quarters but lack of electricity in the summer heat is their nightmare. Afrasiaw Mohammed, head of Taza De camp believes that it is the responsibility of the federal government to provide for these refugees since they are Iraqi citizens displaced by war.

[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga repel Islamic State assault West of Kirkuk[/size]
Kirkuk: Three Peshmerga were wounded late on Friday in an attack by Islamic State (IS) militants on Peshmerga lines west of Kirkuk. A source within Peshmerga forces in the township of Mala Abdulla told NRT, the attack was repelled by Peshmerga killing up to 20 IS militants. “The Islamic State launched an attack around 10 p.m. last night. ISIS retreated after 20 minutes of fighting, leaving three Peshmerga wounded. There were 20 bodies of militants left behind,” the source from Peshmerga forces said. The attack on Friday was the latest in a number of attacks by the militant group in July.[size=13][/size]
[size=13]Thousands of families flee Mosul as UN warns of ‘unprecedented refugee crisis’[/size]
Erbil: Over 7,000 refugees from Mosul city have arrived in Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, in the past week ahead of an anticipated offensive to drive out IS militants from the area, which is most likely to trigger a severe humanitarian crisis, according to UN officials in New York. Kurdish Peshmerga officials say nearly half of the refugees are children, many of them are in poor health and undernourished after their long journey. Lise Grande, the UN’s humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, said military operations to retake areas held by the Islamic State group had already forced hundreds of thousands from their homes, according to the Associated Press. “The impact of the Mosul military campaign on civilians will be devastating,” Grande said in statement from Iraq. “Mass casualties among civilians are likely and families trying to flee are expected to be at extreme.”
[size=13]Gorran Movement refuses to meet with representative of Massoud Barzani[/size]
Sulaimani: The Change (Gorran) Movement announced on Thursday its unwillingness to meet with representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party leader Massoud Barzani. A source in Gorran said in a press statement that the Movement Leader, Mustafa Nushirwan is unready to meet with the Fouad Hussein representative of Massoud Barzani. |

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