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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 13, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 13, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 13 Nov 2016, 4:10 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 13, 2016
Posted on November 13, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Kurdish Peshmerga frontline medical care suffers from shortages[/size]
Erbil: An estimated 1,700 Kurdish Peshmerga fighters have died so far on the frontlines of the war with Islamic State (IS). Before the Mosul offensive began, the medical department of the Peshmerga ministry appealed for help from the international community, as the Kurdish soldiers were in urgent need of medical help. In June, Maj. Gen. Muhsin Rasheed, director of the department, told Rudaw that many of the Peshmerga deaths could have been prevented if there were proper medical facilities on the frontlines to treat the soldiers at the time of injury. We visited the frontline this week where Rasheed said the situation had improved some, but not enough. The international coalition has provided some assistance, he said. Germany sent five ambulances. German, Canadian and French medical staff are working with the Peshmerga on some fronts.
[size=13]Kurdish HSK commander: Bashiqa IS-free; civilians can return this week[/size]
Mosul: Residents of Bashiqa, one of the largest towns close to Mosul, can return to their homes in less than a week when IS bombs and booby traps will have been cleared out, a veteran Peshmerga commander said Saturday. “The situation in Bashiqa is satisfactory for us now because the town calm and residents will be able to return by November 17,” Mohammed Haji Mahmood, known as Kaka Hama, from the Kurdistan Socialist Party (HSK) told Rudaw. Kurdish authorities are “working hard to restore services to the town and allow administrative units, including the police directorate and municipality, to resume work as soon as possible,” he added. Bomb disposal engineers “are also working to defuse bombs and other remains that IS has left behind” he said, warning at the same time that “there could still be a wounded militant hiding somewhere.”

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