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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 13, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 13, 2016

Post by rocky on Thu 13 Oct 2016, 5:40 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 13, 2016
Posted on October 13, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Gorran cabinet ministers say they take responsibility for period in office[/size]
Sulaimani: The ministerial team of the Change Movement (Gorran) released an announcement on Wednesday saying they take full responsibility for the period of time they were in the Kurdistan regional government’s cabinet of ministers and said they are ready to be questioned. “Today a year has passed since our dismissal from the eighth cabinet of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) by the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP),” the announcement said. “We consider ourselves responsible for the period we were in government.” In the announcement, the Gorran ministerial team expressed a willingness to be questioned before the Kurdistan Parliament, parliamentary committees and Gorran, saying they will not take responsibility for events which occurred after their dismissal. “We have already expressed a willingness to abide by whatever Gorran’s decision will be before holding our positions,” the statement said.
[size=13]Man goes to Kurdistan hospital for broken fingers but ends up dead[/size]
Sulaimani: A 37-year-old man who injured two fingers at a football match was advised to undergo a simple surgical procedure but died in the operating room, his brother told Rudaw. Kamaran Hussein said that his brother, Alan, was accompanied to a private hospital in Sulaimani after the football injury. “We went with Alan to the hospital for surgery, but after four hours they handed over his dead body,” the brother said. He said his brother did not “have any disease and his health was very good. The doctor assured us the surgery would be simple and easy and that is why we are suspicious about his death.” Dr. Adil Osman of the Sulaimani Health Directorate told Rudaw that the death would be investigated. Osman said he found it strange that someone who went to hospital for broken fingers ended up dead.

[size=13]Turkish fighter jets shell PKK targets in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Erbil: Turkish fighter jets bomb suspected bases of Kurdish militants of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party PKK on Zap and Avashin regions in Iraqi Kurdistan Region on Wednesday afternoon, Firat news reported.
[size=13]Peshmerga spokesman denies Shiite militia deployment near Mosul[/size]
Erbil: The Kurdish Peshmerga spokesman on Wednesday denied that troops of the Shiite Hashd al-Shaabi militia had arrived near Mosul, saying the forces were from the Iraqi army. Military sources had earlier told Rudaw that heavily armed Hashd troops arrived in the Kurdish town of Shekhan near Mosul late Tuesday night following the deployment of a larger Iraqi army force to the area earlier this week. Halgurd Hikmat, media director for the Peshmerga, denied the earlier report. “The two military units from the Iraqi military who have come to the Shekhan areas do not have anything to do with Hashd al-Shaabi,” Hikmat told Rudaw. “They are not Hashd. They are from the Iraqi army who belong to the central government in Baghdad.” Military sources told Rudaw the troops will be based in the strategic Mosul Dam, some 30 kilometers northwest of the IS-held city.
[size=13]UK foreign secretary meets Iraqi and Kurdish counterparts; discuss security, Mosul[/size]
London: Top delegations from Iraq and Kurdistan’s foreign offices met Wednesday with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in London, discussing further collaboration between the two countries in security and investment projects. Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Jaafar told reporters after the meeting that UK is committed to assisting Iraq in the ISIS war and had vowed to “play a significant role” in recapturing the militant-held Mosul. Head of Kurdistan Region’s Foreign Relations Office told Rudaw the Kurdish delegation was officially invited to the top level meeting for the first time. “We were happy to take part in the Iraqi-UK joint committee meeting as part of the Iraqi delegation,” Falah Mustafa said.
[size=13]Wikipedia looks to expand Kurdish content[/size]
Wikipedia UK is looking to bring greater Kurdish content to the Internet by training and encouraging Kurds to translate more articles from Kurdish into English, said an official of the non-profit foundation that hosts the online encyclopedia. “We are going to train people to edit Wikipedia and encourage the Kurdish community in the UK to translate articles in English into Kurdish,” said John Lubbock, communications coordinator at the UK offices of Wikimedia, which hosts Wikipedia on the Internet. “In English there are over 5.2 million articles but in Kurdish there are only about 40,000,” split evenly between the two main Kurdish Kurmanji and Sorani dialects, Lubbock told Rudaw English.

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