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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 18, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 18, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 18 Sep 2016, 4:37 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 18, 2016
Posted on September 18, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Activists announce public board, call for general strike in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Sulaimani: A number of people in Sulaimani declared the establishment of a ‘public denouncement board” on Saturday in opposition to Iraqi Kurdistan Region’s current political and economic situation and to put pressure on the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG). A member of the board, Awat Hassan, said during a press conference in Sulaimani the board consists of 19 members who have been urging a general strike in protest for the rights and demands of the public. “September 27 has been scheduled for the waging of general civil action to put pressure on the authorities until the people’s demands are met and their rights are reserved,” Hassan said, speaking to reporters. “The board calls on the people of Kurdistan, employees, families of martyrs and Peshmerga to take to the streets on September 27,” he added. “At the same time we call on shop keepers for walkouts.”
[size=13]Two Peshmerga fighters killed, three wounded in IS suicide attack in Bashiqa[/size]
Mosul: Two Kurdish Peshmerga fighters were killed and three wounded in an attack in an Islamic State (IS) suicide attack early Sunday on the Khazir frontline, said Hameed Afandi, an official in charge of the Bashiqa frontline. IS forces launched several attacks early Sunday on Peshmerga frontlines in Gwer, Khazir and Bashiqa. A Kurdish military source in Bashiqa told Rudaw that “IS launched an attack on the Peshmerga with artillery and BKC (light machine guns) and the Peshmerga responded forcefully. Fighting there still continues.” At 5 am on Sunday, IS attacked the Peshmerga in Kanhasha village, but the fighting lasted only for an hour, sources said. There were no casualties among the Peshmerga in that clash. |

[size=13]Kurdish MP in Baghdad: KRG needs to ‘work for negotiated agreement’ with Iraq[/size]
Baghdad: Dr. Beriwan Khailany, an MP from the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in the Iraqi parliament told Rudaw that she emphasized the need for the Kurdistan Region to “work for a negotiated agreement” with Baghdad and solve the remaining issues between them. The Kurdish MP also discussed a simmering political disagreement in the Kurdistan Region itself and stressed that the split between the different political parties is undermining the region and its ability to solve many of its present problems. |
[size=13]Iraqi president Fuad Masum meets with Massoud Barzani[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi President Fuad Massoum arrived in Erbil on Saturday to meet with KDP party leader Massoud Barzani for talks on the most recent developments in Iraq. “During the meeting, both sides discussed the political process and the latest political developments in Iraq and the region,” the official website of the Iraqi Presidency announced in a statement. Both sides were in agreement on the need to resolve issues between Baghdad and Erbil through “dialogue and constructive negotiations.” “The situation of forces fighting terrorism on the ground and preparations for the process of liberating Mosul were also discussed,” the statement added. |

[size=13]Kurdish town sees 15-fold increase in population as Iraqis continue to flee war[/size]
Erbil: The population of the town of Debaga in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region is more than 15 times larger than at the beginning of the war with the Islamic State (IS) two years ago, and more internally displaced persons (IDPs) continue to arrive every day, the director of the Debaga refugee camp told Rudaw. Rizgar Obed said the camp hosts some 38,000 people. He said the number of people who continue to arrive at the camp is greater than the number returning to their homes in territories liberated from IS by Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army. “Between the day before Eid al-Adha (on Monday) and now, more than 4,000 people arrived at this camp. Most of them are displaced from Hawija and Sharqat in Kirkuk and Salahaddin provinces. This created a big problem for us in terms of providing a place for them to stay,” said Obed.
[size=13]Bomb attack kills one child, wounds three in Kirkuk mosque[/size]
Kirkuk: One child was killed and another three wounded after a bomb went off in a mosque on Saturday (September 17) night in Kirkuk, Kirkuk Police Chief Khattab Omar told NRT. The explosion was due to a bomb put inside Safa Mosque in Yaki Hozairan neighborhood, Omar said. No group claimed responsibility for the attack so far.

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