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Thursday, May 18, 2017

KTFA UPDATE, 18 MAY

Libertyu78:  So the RV could go into Ramadan? Hopefully not after. Exactly how much time after the liberation announcement should we be concerned if nothing has happened yet? 

StephenMac63:  Personal opinion here....if you were going to give great news to your fellow countrymen, would you make a speech as the party is halfway over or at the beginning?

Ramadan is the 25th, today is the 17th, on the 19th (our 19th) the annoucement of Mosul Liberation is looked forwarded to. Abadi will be visiting Trump in Saudia Arabia........much going on and it is the consensus that it will be rather quickly.

But, if you want to play it on the safe side, Iraq is expected to be officially released by late June......in the meantime practice your "Home Alone Surprise Look" and use it accordingly.
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“There are funds left in some countries and their laws do not allow the recovering of funds because the bank accounts  are not known,” he said, noting that “this is one of the priorities of Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Ja'fari, and we work with him to recover funds as much as possible.”

http://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/story/10720/US-ambassador-hails-efforts-to-recover-Iraq-s-smuggled-funds

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Don961:  Revealed: Trump expected to waive Iran sanctions Wednesday

May 17 2017 07:34 PM

Revealed: Trump expected to waive Iran sanctions Wednesday

The Donald Trump administration is expected to waive relevant sanctions on Iran on Wednesday, as called for under the landmark nuclear deal, a US official told Al-Monitor.

Notification of the waivers is expected to be made in statements from the State and Treasury Departments. The administration is still conducting a broader National Security Council-led interagency review of its policy to Iran, however, including determining whether the deal negotiated under President Barack Obama is in the national interest.

US officials said that until the review is completed, the administration will continue to adhere to the terms of the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

“We are continuing to review the JCPOA,” a State Department official speaking not for attribution said. “While that review in underway, we continue to implement our commitments."

"The Trump administration has made clear that at least until this review is completed, we will adhere to the JCPOA and will ensure that Iran is held strictly accountable to its requirements," the State Department official said. “Once we have finalized our conclusions, we will meet the challenges Iran poses with clarity and conviction.”

US officials have declined to offer a timeline for when the reviews will be completed.

http://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/story/10708/Revealed-Trump-expected-to-waive-Iran-sanctions-Wednesday

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