Iraq
Thursday March 23, 2017

Iraqi Kurds and Central Government Agree to Talk

AP - Iraq's top military spokesman says that Iraqi and Kurdish security officials have reached an agreement to defuse tension between the central government and the self-ruled autonomous region over disputed northern areas.

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U.S. Warns Al-Maliki Not to Attack Kurds

 

Stop Fundamentalism – United States Vice President, Joe Biden, warned Nouri Al-Maliki about any armed conflict with the autonomous Kurdish region forces Sunday after earlier clashes on the Kurdistan region border in Iraq, reported the Kurdish media yesterday.

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20 Wounded in latest Iraqi Attack on Camp Ashraf

Stop Fundamentalism – In the latest attack on Camp Ashraf residents by Iraqi forces today, Monday August 27, twenty residents were wounded, says a statement released by the Secretariat of National Council of Resistance of Iran.  Six of the injured were taken to Iraqi hospitals for treatment, while others were attended to in the camp.

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Iranian Residents of Camp Ashraf Ready to Move 400 to Liberty

Stop Fundamentalism – In a statement released today by office of Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, President-elect Maryam Rajavi announced 400 residents of Camp Ashraf are prepared to move to Camp Liberty in Iraq as further goodwill gesture on August 23.

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Iraq’s Continued Breech of Camp Ashraf Rights Condemned

Participants: UN and the US are responsible for the safety and security of the residents.

In a conference organized by the MRAP, France Liberte ( foundation of the late Daniel Mitterand ) and women Organization WHRIA , on August 8, 2012 , in UN headquarters in Geneva, the well-known human rights activists , and political personalities from Switzerland , warned about the continued breach of commitments , by the GOI,  with respect to the situation of the Iranian dissidents in Iraq, residing in Camps Ashraf and Liberty and called for the  condemnation of these actions by United Nations.

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