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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 26, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 26, 2016

Post by rocky on Mon 26 Sep 2016, 5:48 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 26, 2016
Posted on September 26, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Erbil security forces bans entry to Kurdistan capital for people from Maxmur[/size]
Erbil: Erbil security Asayish Forces announced on Monday that people from Maxmur won’t be allowed into Iraqi Kurdistan capital of Erbil for three days and refused entry for people going to Erbil this morning. Maxmur (Ş. Rüstem Cudi) Camp External Affairs Official Polat Bozan spoke to the ANF and said there was no official information on the reason to the ban, adding: “There have been similar practices in the past for various reasons.” Bozan pointed out there had been such practices against people from Maxmur in the past and said: “Whenever there is a protest or a demonstration in Erbil, they ban entry to Erbil for people of Maxmur. Tomorrow the public workers in Iraqi Kurdistan are going on general strike, and today we face the same ban. Frankly, it’s not possible to accept such practices. Because most of these people have to work in Erbil and other places to survive economically, ” |

[size=13]Peshmerga repulse Islamic State attack on Shingal, five militants killed[/size]
Sinjar: Kurdish Peshmerga forces repulsed an Islamic State (IS) attack on the town of Shingal (Sinjar), west of Mosul, on Sunday, killing five militants and destroying two vehicles, a Kurdish official confirmed. “IS militants fired mortars at the Peshmerga, followed by Doshka machine gun fire trying to infiltrate our outposts,” said Mam Qaual, a Peshmerga commander on the front. “The attackers were defeated.” The Peshmerga forcefully responded to the mortar shells “with heavy weapons, killing five militants,” Qaual added. He explained that the Peshmerga did not suffer casualties. This is the first such confrontation between the militant group and the Peshmerga in Shingal since mid-August when Kurdish forces repelled another attack, killing 60 militants.

[size=13]The cost of the war with Islamic State[/size]
Erbil: An estimated 1,800 Peshmerga fighters have lost their lives and more than 9,000 have been wounded in 800 days of war with the Islamic State (IS), according to official figures obtained by Rudaw TV. The war has cost the Kurdistan Regional Government KRG $1 billion to date. Estimated expenses of $1 million per day include purchasing arms, bullets and ammunition, fuel, and medicine, digging trenches and constructing outposts, as well as providing other necessities such as food. The sum of $18 million has been spent on medical care for wounded Peshmerga. And $7.2 million has gone to the families of Peshmerga who have lost their lives. Despite the expenditures, the KRG budget has been withheld by Baghdad since 2014 and a slump in oil prices also hit the region’s finances.
[size=13]American ambassador calls on Kurdish parties to work together to tackle issues[/size]
Sulaimani: A U.S. delegation held a series of meetings with factions from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK and the Change Movement (Gorran) as well as other political parties in Sulaimani to discuss the region’s crises, the U.S. Embassy to Baghdad said. The embassy released a statement on Sunday announcing Ambassador Douglas A. Silliman along with U.S. Consul-General to Erbil Ken Gross met with first PUK Deputy Kosrat Rasul and second Deputy Barham Salih as well as PUK Politburo member Hero Ibrahim Ahmed separately. The statement said the U.S. delegation also met with Gorran’s head of diplomatic relations, Mohammad Tofiq Rahim, and other political leaders. Silliman encouraged the parties to overcome political issues and work together to tackle issues which affect the region and Iraq and also called for protecting the unity of political parties in the Kurdistan Region to overcome the region’s crises, according to the PUK Leadership website.

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