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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 6, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 6, 2016

Post by rocky on Sat 06 Aug 2016, 6:20 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 6, 2016
Posted on August 6, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Turkish warplanes hit alleged PKK targets in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Duhok: Turkish warplanes once again on Friday launched airstrikes against alleged Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) bases inside Iraq’s Kurdistan Region. Turkish military jets targeted the village of Kafia near Akre district, located 120 km southeast of Duhok, NRT reported. The strikes caused no casualties but damaged farms in the area, Guhdari added. A number of villagers evacuated the area due to the strikes. Villagers also fear repeated strikes will hit the area. Warplanes have targeted Kurdish rebels operating out of suspected bases inside Iraqi Kurdistan in regular airstrikes since July 2015. |
[size=13]PKK staying in Shingal but ready to talk with KDP[/size]
Erbil: The Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) are not ready to leave Shingal [Sinjar], not until they finish what they came to achieve. Egid Civiyan, PKK commander in Shingal told Rudaw that the PKK came to liberate the area and free Yazidis from Islamic State [IS] captivity. “We still have unfinished duties. We have to finish those duties first and then we will decide whether or not to leave,” he said. The PKK’s presence in Shingal is contentious. They assisted in rescuing Yazidis fleeing IS and in re-securing the area. But some say their continued presence is causing insecurity. Civiyan told Rudaw that the PKK is there for every part of Kurdistan: Shingal, Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan), Bashur (Iraqi Kurdistan), Bakur (Turkish Kurdistan), and Rojhelat (Iranian Kurdistan). “We will do anything for the benefit of Kurds and anything that the people ask us to do,” he said, noting that they are ready to open communication with the Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) and its leader Masoud Barzani. |

[size=13]U.S. diplomats meet PUK, Gorran leaders in Sulaimani[/size]
Sulaimani: The United States’ Ambassador to Iraq and Consul-General to the Kurdistan Region visited leaders of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and Change Movement (Gorran) on Thursday to discuss the region’s issues. U.S. Ambassador Stuart Jones and Consul-General Ken Gross met with Gorran General-Coordinator, Nawshirwan Mustafa, in Sulaimani to discuss the ongoing economic crisis affecting the Kurdistan Region as well as political issues across Iraq. Following the meeting with Mustafa, the U.S. diplomats also met with first Deputy Secretary-General of the PUK, Kosrat Rasul. Regarding internal political issues affecting the Kurdistan Region, Rasul said the PUK continues its efforts to help the parties reach an agreement and tackle disputes through dialogue.

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