Thursday, May 18, 2017


Elmerf123456:  The Squeeze is on!

Harambe:  Reuters: U.N. says 200,000 more people could flee Mosul as fighting intensifies http://reut.rs/2qur9Q4

Harambe:  CNBC: Oil down as market stays well supplied despite OPEC cuts http://www.cnbc.com/id/104476958


Lisa:  YES !!     On  May  17, 2017   This is an  ANNOUNCEMENT FOLKS !!

Apmcrx:  Jubouri Abu Risha: the war on Daesh come to an end

BAGHDAD / Press tomorrow:

The head of the House of Representatives Saleem al - Jubouri, said Wednesday that the war on the organization Daesh come to an end and everyone working in the spirit of one team.

A statement by the Office of the President of the Parliament "Tomorrow Press" received a copy of it, House Speaker Salim al - Jubouri met with the President of the Iraqi Awakening Conference Ahmed Abu Risha, where he discussed the security and service conditions in Anbar province.

And Chairman of the House of Representatives stressed the importance of uniting the visions and unite all the parties to prepare for the post Daesh through the liberation of the remaining cities of the province, in order to stabilize the situation in Anbar and the provision of services and humanitarian aid for families returning to their cities.

He added Jubouri, said the country needs to intensify efforts by everyone in order to meet the challenges facing Iraq.

He said the parliament speaker, that the war on the terrorist organization Daesh come to an end and that the next phase requires everyone to work in a team spirit in order to prepare a clear plan for the next stage and to serve the interests of citizens.

For his part, praised the Iraqi Awakening Conference on the role of the Speaker of the House and its contribution to the enactment of several laws that reflect positively on the lives of citizens.



Don961:  US ambassador hails efforts to recover Iraq's smuggled funds

May 17 2017 10:36 PM

Douglas Silliman

US ambassador to Iraq said on Wednesday his country had exerted  efforts to recover funds smuggled from Iraq under Saddam Hussein regime.

Addressing reporters at the US embassy in Baghdad, Ambassador Douglas Silliman added some of those funds that were hidden were recovered.

“Washington has been working for several years to determine where Iraqi money went in the time of the former regime,” Silliman said.

“In the past 13 years, some of the money that has been hidden has been returned to the government and the people,” he said, adding that “there are dialogues with the Foreign Ministry to recover the smuggled money.”

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