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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 19, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 19, 2016

Post by rocky on Mon 19 Sep 2016, 4:41 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 19, 2016
Posted on September 19, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Barzani’s office chief will accompany Abadi on US visit[/size]
Erbil: The chief of Massoud Barzani’s office will accompany Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi on his visit to the United States on Monday. They are scheduled to meet with US President Barack Obama and many other world leaders, an Iraqi government official told Rudaw. Dr. Fuad Hussein, chief of office of Masoud Barzani will accompany Abadi to the USA. It was initially decided that Hoshyar Zebari, finance minister, would accompany the delegation, but he was sorry he was unable to attend, Saad Hadithi, a spokesperson for the Iraqi government, said. The purpose of the visit to America “is to take part in the annual UN meeting and to hold other meetings with world leaders about immigrant issues,” Hadithi explained. The September 19 meeting comes amid preparations to seize control of Iraq’s second largest city, Mosul, from Islamic State (IS) militants. |
[size=13]Three Kurdish officials detained in Khanaqin[/size]

Khanaqin: Three Kurdish officials in the municipality of Khanaqin, south of Sulaimani, were arrested after the Kurdistan Region’s Commission of Integrity filed a lawsuit against them. Garmyan Police Spokesman Ali Jamal told NRT on Sunday the former mayor and current mayor along with a deputy were detained according to a decision from a Garmyan court. Jamal said the decision to arrest the officials came after the Commission of Integrity filed a lawsuit against the officials in the court in Garmyan. “The former mayor, the current mayor and the deputy mayor of Khanaqin Municipality were detained by a decision from the court in Garmyan under Article 331 of the Iraqi Penal Code,” Jamal said. “They are now in the Garmyan Directorate of Transportation and Imprisonment.” The Commission of Integrity announced it had directed the cases of dozens of officials who were accused of corruption to courts in the Kurdistan Region.
[size=13]Islamic State carried out 3 dawn attacks on Kurdish Peshmerga[/size]
Erbil: The Islamic State (IS) launched three simultaneous assaults on Kurdish Peshmerga frontlines in Gwer, Khazir and Bashiqa at dawn on Sunday. Two Peshmerga were killed and three wounded as the Kurdish forces battled back, repelling IS and killing several militants. IS has increased its used of suicide attackers and car bombs as their numbers dwindle, Peshmerga officials reported. “We were aware of their plots since early evening yesterday. They were moving forward and finally they attacked this outpost from two directions. With the help of God and the courageous Peshmerga with high morale, we managed to defeat their attack,” said a Peshmerga soldier on the Bashiqa front.  On the Khazir front, an IS suicide bomber managed to reach Peshmerga positions and blew himself up, killing two Peshmerga and wounding three.

[size=13]Kurdish private company buys Ishik schools in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Erbil: A Kurdish private company has bought the Ishik educational institutions in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region that were affiliated with the Gulenist Movement in Turkey. A source revealed to BasNews that Khoshnaw Group, a local private company, is now the owner of Ishik schools and universities across Kurdistan Region. He did not reveal further details on the deal and the future administration of the institutions. Nearly 40,000 students are attending the Ishik educational institutions in Kurdistan Region, and pay high tuition fees. After Turkey accused Fethullah Gülen of plotting July’s failed coup attempt, the government called for the closure of all schools affiliated with the US-based cleric, including those in Kurdistan Region.
[size=13]PUK backs Nineveh division[/size]
Sulaimani: A member of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) stated that the party backs division of the Iraqi northern province of Nineveh into separate provinces and the move benefits Kurds in Iraq. According to SNN news base, Halu Pinjwini, a member of the PUK leading council, stated that the division of the province will end tensions and disputes in the province. He stated that the demand to divide Nainawa in legal and is according to Iraq’s law and will benefit Kurds and Yazidis near Mosul, the capital of the province that in under the control of the terrorist group of the Islamic State (Daesh). Pinjwini added that Turkmen, Christian and Yazidi region in the province are of great significance for Kurds.

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