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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 9, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 9, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 09 Oct 2016, 4:36 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 9, 2016
Posted on October 9, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Iraq’s oil minister calls for increasing oil output in 2017[/size]
Baghdad: Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi has called on local and foreign companies operating in Iraq to continue increasing oil and natural gas output in 2017, the oil ministry said in a statement released on Sunday. Reuters
[size=13]Two Peshmerga fighters wounded in Tuz Khurmatu blast[/size]
Tuz Khurmatu: Two Kurdish Peshmerga fighters were wounded late Saturday after twin explosions near Kurdish positions in the town of Tuz Khurmatu, a local commander said. Peshmerga commander Abdullah Bor told NRT the first blast was caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) that went off near the village of Zarga in Tuz Khurmatu district. A second IED exploded after a number of Peshmerga arrived at the scene to assist after the first blast. Two Peshmerga were injured in the second blast and transferred to hospitals in Kirkuk, Bor said, adding that forces are on high alert and have increased security in the area. |

[size=13]Mosul offensive unlikely to start before Turkish troops leave Iraq, lawmaker warns[/size]
Baghdad: The anticipated offensive to retake Mosul from the Islamic State (IS) is unlikely to begin as long as Turkish troops remain in northern Iraq, an Iraqi lawmaker warned Saturday, escalating the recent diplomatic row between Baghdad and Ankara over Turkish army presence near Mosul. “I think that as long as these Turkish troops remain around Mosul, the operation to control the city will not start, or there must be a new agreement for the Turkish force not to take part in the offensive,” lawmaker Abdelaziz Hasan, who is a member of the defense and security committee at the Iraqi parliament, told Rudaw. On Saturday, several Iraqi leaders across the country, including the influential Shiite strongman Ammar Al-Hakim, called on Turkey to withdraw its troops before the Mosul operation starts and avert possible sectarian tensions between rival groups in the country.
[size=13]Iraq may consider ‘other options’ against Turkey, says ambassador[/size]
Iraq will consider “other options” against Turkey if diplomatic channels continue to bear no results with respect to tensions over the presence of Turkish troops in Bashiqa camp in northern Iraq, the Iraqi ambassador to Turkey, Hisham Alawi, told Rudaw. “We believe that we can resolve this problem through diplomatic channels, direct meetings, or constructive dialogues,” Hisham said. “Or else, God forbid, if the Turkish side does not respond, we will have no other option than to continue with a new round to follow up with our previous complaint [to the UN Security Council].” “If we do not reach some results, the Iraqi government will be forced to consider other options, and by doing so, Iraq would be practicing its right to defend its sovereignty and Iraq’s interests,” he said in a televised interview with Rudaw.
[size=13]Baghdad sent spoiled rice to Kurdistan, integrity committee spokesman says[/size]
Baghdad: Iraq’s central government has sent more than five tons of rotten rice to the Kurdistan Region under its food share program, said a Kurdish MP who is the spokesman of the Iraqi legislature’s integrity committee. Adil Noori said that the Iraqi trade minister would be called to answer for the spoiled rice, which was imported from India but was spoiled by the time it arrived in Iraq. “I am urging stores, the quality control department and the Kurdistan Region’s associated parties to ban the expired rice, which was sent as the monthly food share to the Kurdistan Region by Baghdad,” Noori said. “The rice is spoiled and could not be used at all. Therefore, we will summon the Iraqi trade minister to appear before the parliament for questioning over the issue,” he warned.
[size=13]At least 7 IS militants captured in Kurdish-run town in Iraq[/size]
At least seven members of the Islamic State (IS) were captured in the Kurdish-run town of Qaratapa in Iraq’s northern Diyala by Peshmerga security forces as they were “plotting” to carry out terror attacks. “A person from Baquba who had joined IS through social media was captured by security forces in Qaratapa,” Mohammed Haji Omer, a Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) official, told Rudaw. “He gave information on five more militants who had plotted to carry out terror attacks, together with him in Qaratapa and the area.” Omer added that one of the seven “was captured with five improvised booby traps at a village near Qaratapa by Iraqi intelligence.” Qaratapa is a multiethnic town with a population of 43,000. Most of the administrative units in the town are run by Kurds.

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