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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 20, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 20, 2016

Post by rocky on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 6:48 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 20, 2016
Posted on October 20, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Kurds flock to donate blood for Peshmerga fighting IS in Mosul[/size]
Sulaimani: Civil servants and residents in the city of Sulaimani began donating blood for Kurdish forces fighting against the Islamic State (IS) in operations to liberate the militant-held city of Mosul. On Thursday people have started visiting a city blood bank to donate blood for forces wounded in fighting north and northeast of Mosul, NRT reported. An employee at Sulaimani International Airport told NRT that 50 employees donated blood at the facility and added that the campaign to support troops would likely continue. “We came here with the message that we are all Peshmerga,” the employee said. “We came to support the Peshmerga forces and tell them that we are with them with our souls, blood and hearts.” |
[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga shoot down Islamic State drone northeast of Mosul[/size]
Mosul: Kurdish Peshmerga forces shot down an unmanned drone of the Islamic State (IS) northeast of Mosul on Thursday as Kurdish forces began the second phase of operations against the militants in northern Iraq. According to Peshmerga forces positioned in Nawaran, IS used the drone and other similar devices equipped with cameras to gather information from the Kurdish front. Peshmerga stationed outside Mosul reported encountering explosives-laden drones earlier this week during the first phase of fighting east of the militants’ stronghold. Kurdish forces, backed by Coalition warplanes, began the second phase of operations on Thursday from Telskuf, Nawaran and Bashiqa fronts north and northeast of Mosul, making quick progress and facing little resistance from fighters.

[size=13]KDP: Islamic State could use chemical weapons in Mosul[/size]
Moscow: Islamic State group could use chemical weapons as it retreats the Iraqi city of Mosul two years after its capture, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in Russia said Thursday. On Wednesday, the Pentagon said that IS may resort to use of chemical weapons as the battle for Mosul has intensified. “Yes, and it has been used. It is proven by documents. The wounded were treated in Germany from chemical weapons [wounds]. It is possible that they can use it when they feel threatened,” Hoshawi Babakr told RIA Novosti. |
[size=13]Massoud Barzani urges political plan for liberated Mosul[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani said he would like to see a political plan for the city of Mosul, which would help to govern it after the liberation from Islamic State. “I would have loved to have a political plan along with a military plan on how to administrate Mosul,” Barzani said in an interview with CNN. The president noted there should be a new form of governance for Mosul, whose residents belong to different religious and ethnic minorities. “We are looking for a good solution,” Barzani underscored. |
[size=13]Iraqi oil minister seeks reactivation of 2014 deal with Erbil[/size]
Baghdad: Newly-appointed Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi said on Wednesday there is no disagreement between Erbil and Baghdad over oil, stressing his quest to reactivate an earlier deal over revenue. Luaibi said in an interview with al-Ghad Press, “We are working on activating the 2014 agreement between Erbil and Baghdad,” adding he will pay a visit to Erbil next week. The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Minister of Natural Resources, Ashti Hawrami, is expected to visit Baghdad for talks on the oil issue, according to Luaibi. “There is ongoing coordination between both sides to reach a final consensus,” Luaibi said.

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