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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 20, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 20, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 20 Nov 2016, 3:14 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 20, 2016
Posted on November 20, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Bashiqa women cook traditional meal for Kurdish fighters to show thanks[/size]
Bashiqa: Kurdish Peshmerga fighters gathered around a lavish traditional meal on Saturday prepared for them by the women of Bashiqa, who wanted to thank the forces for their efforts during the battle to recapture Mosul. Last week, a 2,000-strong Peshmerga force drove out Islamic State (IS) militants from Bashiqa, which lies on the Nineveh plains some 15 km (10 miles) from Mosul. Women from the town, some of whom belong to the Kurdistan Women’s Union, cooked heaps of traditional Dolma (stuffed vine-leaves) in an effort to thank the fighters. Most of the women had fled from Bashiqa to Duhok when IS militants first took over the town. Many are now eager to return to their homes, but Peshmerga fighters say they are still clearing buildings and searching for explosives left behind by the jihadists. Reuters
[size=13]Canada confirms provision of equipment for Iraqi Kurdish forces unshipped[/size]
Ottawa: A Canadian government spokesman confirmed the provision of weaponry to Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces has not yet started, although the Ottawa government promised to provide Peshmerga forces with equipment in February. A promise to supply weapons to Peshmerga forces was made when the Liberal Party, led by Justin Trudeau, retooled the mission in February. The Iraqi government has not yet approved the shipment of weapons to Kurds, according to the Ottawa Citizen citing Canadian officials. Media Relations’ Spokesperson at Global Affairs Canada for the Canadian government, Kristine Racicot, told NRT the Iraqi government is responsible for the security of the country and said Baghdad’s consent is “normal practice.”

[size=13]Kurdish forces clash with Unidentified Armed Men in Halabja[/size]
Kurdish security forces in Halabja province late on Saturday exchanged fire with an unidentified armed group near the Iranian border, local sources confirmed. According to the latest updates from Halabja hospital, at least one member of the Kurdish forces was slightly injured, Basnews reported. The clashes took place near Giryana village, southeast of Mosul, bordering Iran. Halabja Mayor Nukhsha Nasih and other local officials were not available to comment on the incident.

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