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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 5, 2016

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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 5, 2016

Post by rocky on Fri 05 Aug 2016, 6:47 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 5, 2016
Posted on August 5, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]KDP denies women’s delegation from Sulaimani access to Sinjar[/size]
Sulaimani: A delegation of women that left Sulaimani for the Yazidi Shingal [Sinjar] area was stopped and obstructed by Kurdish KDP security Asayish in Duhok. A delegation of 20 women comprised of REJAK members, intellectuals, artists and academics went from Sulaimani to Duhok on their way to Shingal to mark the second year anniversary of the 3 August Shingal genocide. KDP asayish stopped the delegation in Duhok and forced the women to return, saying “What business do you have in Shingal?” In a statement to the press on the obstruction, REJAK member Berivan Mıhemed on behalf of women condemned the KDP’s attitude and stated that they faced hindrance although they had informed the officials about their visit to Shingal one week ago. Mıhemed said asayish forces threatened them and denied permission to continue their way, remarking that KDP has laid a siege on Shingal. anfrnglish.com | Ekurd.net
[size=13]North Gas employees arrested in Kirkuk[/size]
Kirkuk: Security forces in Kirkuk have detained 12 employees of the North Gas Company southwest of the city, police said on Friday. Kirkuk Provincial Police Chief, Brig. Sarhad Qadir, told NRT that a joint force of Peshmerga, Asayish and intelligence police working on the oil sector arrested 12 employees suspected of terror-related activities. Qadir said an investigation is underway and that authorities suspect the group of providing support to the Islamic State (IS), although it is not clear whether the employees were involved in recent attacks in Kirkuk. IS militants most recently launched attacks on the North Gas Company and Bai Hassan oil field on July 31, killing four employees and wounding six others. nrttv.com

[size=13]Turkey’s Kurdish refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan still struggling after 22 years[/size]
Duhok: Kurds from the Kurdish area of Turkey have been living in Duhok as refugees for more than 22 years. They have no official ID card other than UN forms. Mohammad Sherin is concerned about the future of his kids. No ID card means no rights. Abdul Karim was working but then was not paid for the work he did. The Directorate of Migration and Refugees of Duhok believes that conditions are fine in all four camps where Kurds from Turkey have settled, but hopes to do more with international assistance. More than 5,000 families from Turkish Kurdistan are now in the Kurdistan Region as refugees. Only a small number of them have Iraqi ID cards. According to the Iraqi constitution, anyone who lives in Iraq for more than ten years can get an Iraqi ID card. rudaw.net | Ekurd.net
[size=13]Police arrest two over murder of Sulaimani lawyer[/size]
Sulaimani: Two people accused of murdering a lawyer in Sulaimani were brought into custody on Thursday (August 4), the Police Directorate of Said Sadiq said. The head of the directorate, Hakim Aziz Hamalaw, said in a statement the two were residents of Sulaimani, who were wanted by the court, and had been hiding in a village in Said Sadiq. “The two suspects, who were hiding in the village of Qainayja, were detained after we were informed of a warrant for their arrest,” Hamalaw said. The suspects have been accused of the murder of a lawyer killed in a Sulaimani market place, which occurred on July 12, 2016, according to the statement. nrttv.com
[size=13]Iran’s Qasem Soleimani reportedly back in Iraq ‘for Mosul battle’: MP[/size]

Baghdad: General Qasem Soleimani, Head of Iran’s elite Quds forces is said to be back in Iraq to prepare for the Mosul battle with Iraqi government forces and leaders of the Shiite militia known as Hashd al-Shaabi. “Soleimani has arrived in the Mosul area to have a look at the situation and to study the possibility of the Mosul liberation battle,” an Iraqi MP has told the pan-Arabic Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper on condition of anonymity. “He entered the Iraqi territory through the Mundhirya border gate of Dyala province,” The MP has said that Soleimani “with some of his colleagues and security guards went straight to Kirkuk and from there to the Nineveh area, without passing through Baghdad,” rudaw.net
 
[size=13]Peshmerga question relationships with tribal leaders after series of attacks[/size]
There have been five attacks in Kirkuk’s western area of Dubz in the last six months. Three of them were suicide attackers and two were car bombs. Dubz’s police are confident that the attackers are coming from nearby Arab villages.  The authorities of the city are now concerned about the friendships they have made with tribal leaders in the region.All the Arab villages are located behind Peshmerga outposts. “Cooperation between the Arab villages and Daesh [ISIS] gunmen is a serious threat,” Peshmerga commander of Kirkuk front said. “It is crucial that officials find a way to resolve the situation without violating human rights,” he added. rudaw.net


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