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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 27, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 27, 2016

Post by rocky on Thu 27 Oct 2016, 5:35 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 27, 2016
Posted on October 27, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Nechirvan Barzani: Kurdistan’s uncertain status in Iraq to blame for issues with Baghdad[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi Kurdistan prime minister said on Wednesday that outstanding disputes between Baghdad and the Kurdish government boil down to the fact that Erbil is both part of and separate from the country. Speaking at the 2016 MERI Forum in the Kurdish capital, Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani said the Kurdistan Region has been in a state of limbo because of that status and is waiting for Baghdad to implement promises it made. “Baghdad says everything should be centralized and it accuses the Kurdistan Region of division and spoiling Iraq,” Barzani added, saying the region would not wait 100 years for promises to be fulfilled. “We don’t want war with Iraq because it is not in the interest of both sides,” Barzani said. “The Kurdistan Region believes a new era will start for Iraq after the liberation of Mosul.” |
[size=13]Germany to double military assistance to Kurdish forces, defense minister says[/size]
Berlin: German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday Germany is willing to increase military assistance for Kurdish forces as part of the U.S.-led Coalition efforts in the fight against the Islamic State (IS). Leyen joined 27 other NATO defense ministers in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Syria, focusing on Russia’s bombing of civilians in Aleppo.  “We will double military assistance to Peshmerga forces,” Leyen told NRT, when asked about NATO assistance to Peshmerga forces. “We held talks over the matter yesterday and we are very happy to see that the Mosul operation is going on successfully by Peshmerga and Iraqi forces,” she added. |

[size=13]Protesters in Sulaimani condemn Turkish presence in Kurdistan[/size]
Darbandikhan: Dozens of people demonstrated in Sulaimani province in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region to condemn Turkish military presence in Kurdistan, Al Sumaria reported on Wednesday. Al Sumaria News stated, “Dozens of people of Darbandikhan city demonstrated, this evening, against the Turkish military presence in Kurdistan Region,” pointing out that, “The demonstrators chanted and raised slogans condemning the Turkish presence in the region.” “The demonstrators called the international society to force Turkey to withdraw its military troops from Kurdistan,” Al Sumaria added.
[size=13]Kurdish forces seize large cache of Islamic State weapons[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces have found a tunnel, which is the largest discovered so far on the Bashiqa front. The tunnel, in Tiz Khrab Gawra village, contained a large number of weapons.  Residents of the nearby village of Tarbazawah have celebrated their liberation by shaving off the beards they were forced to grow under Islamic State rule. |
[size=13]International assistance for Mosul IDPs arrives in Iraqi Kurdistan capital[/size]
Erbil: The first international aid convoy for the people of Mosul arrived in Erbil on Tuesday as a team of staff and volunteers unloaded over 530 tons of donations from the convoy’s 20 trucks. The donations included tents, blankets, food, and clothing, which are very crucial supplies as winter fast approaches and the weather changes in northern Iraq. The biggest problem lies in finding a way to safely deliver the supplies to those in need of relief, with the Islamic State (IS) still present in the region. Militants have also left land mines around areas that have been liberated by the security forces, adding further danger to the operation.
[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga forces liberate 7 villages near Mosul[/size]
Erbil: The General Command of Peshmerga Forces of Iraqi Kurdistan announced on Wednesday that in the last 24 hours, the Peshmerga Forces have cleared 7 villages near Mosul from Islamic State (IS) militants. The Peshmerga Command mentioned the names of the 7 villages in the areas of Mosul, retaken from IS as, Batanya, Nawaran, Barima, Omar Qapchi, Tis Khrab Bichuk, Tis Khrab Gawar and the village of Derik on the Bashiqa front, 12 kilometers northeast of Mosul. According to last press releases, the Peshmerga Forces have surrounded the village of Faziliya, and a number of other villages in the areas near Mosul.

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