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The United Nations confirms the escape of seven thousand Iraqis from Fallujah
Local Since 06.14.2016 at 09:12 (Baghdad time) Baghdad balances News
It declared responsible in the United Nations, that more than 7 thousands of Iraqis have fled Fallujah during the past few days over a secure corridor held by Iraqi forces working to open a passage else.
She said Lise Grande, the Deputy UN envoy to Iraq, told reporters that "the camps set up outside Fallujah to provide shelter became filled now, and that conditions inside the city worse than expected."
She said "the city controlled by the organization Daash since January 2014, has been a" widespread food shortages. "
Grande explained that "up to 50 thousand Iraqis still inside the city," LINK
IS suspects fleeing Iraq's Fallujah with civilians
Ammar Karim,AFP 10 hours ago Comments Like Reblog on Tumblr Share Tweet Email Fallujah
(Iraq) (AFP) - Iraqi forces said jihadist fighters were attempting to flee Fallujah by blending in with civilians who have been escaping the besieged city in their thousands in recent days.
The Pentagon said meanwhile that US Apache helicopters hit an Islamic State group target for the first time in Iraq, in the north of the country. More than 500 suspected IS members have been arrested trying to sneak out with civilians since forces ramped up efforts to retake Fallujah, one of the group's most emblematic bastions, two weeks ago.
"We have arrested 546 suspected terrorists who had fled by taking advantage of the movements of displaced families over the past two weeks," said Hadi Rzayej, the police chief for Anbar province in which Fallujah is located
"Many of them were using fake IDs," he said from the southern edge of Fallujah, where Iraqi forces are pressing a three-week-old offensive to retake the city from IS.
When civilians reach government forces, teenage boys and adult men are screened separately. Some are released after a few hours while others undergo more thorough interrogation.
"Daesh (IS) is fleeing among the civilians, we have arrested many and are investigating the suspects," said Abdelwahab al-Saadi, the overall commander of the operation.
Until last week, an estimated 50,000 civilians were still trapped in the centre of the city, which is one of the jihadist group's last bastions in Iraq and lies only 50 kilometres (30 miles) west of Baghdad.
The Iraqi army on Saturday opened a corridor to the southwest of the city that has allowed thousands of civilians to escape IS rule and reach displacement camps.
UN deputy representative to Iraq Lise Grande said on Monday that more than 7,000 people have fled Fallujah in recent days using the safe corridor set up by Iraqi forces, who were working on opening a second protected route.
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Yet the flow of residents fleeing via the corridor and through the Al-Salam intersection to the southwest of the city appeared to dry up on Monday, the Norwegian Refugee Council's regional media adviser Karl Schembri said.
"We haven't seen a continuation of the trend," he said, adding that groups of civilians were believed to be trapped in northern Fallujah neighbourhoods.
He said nonetheless that more than 2,600 new arrivals had been recorded in displacement camps on Monday, mostly civilians from the outskirts of the city.
Estimates for the number of IS fighters holed up in Fallujah vary from 1,000 to 2,500.
Iraqi forces have been making slow but steady progress in the past two weeks, with elite troops dodging suicide car bombs and picking their way through thousands of explosive devices to work their way up from the south of the city.
"This is a phase of street battles now, our fighters and the militants are sometimes only 20 metres from each other, fighting with light weapons," said Saadi.
A vast offensive was launched on May 22-23 to retake Fallujah, with a first phase, involving Shiite militias, aimed at sealing the siege of the city.
While offensives on other cities such as Ramadi or Tikrit often offered enemy fighters an escape, Fallujah is almost completely cut off from the rest of IS's self-proclaimed "caliphate".
"Some fighters can flee under the cover of darkness, but only on foot and with no logistics and definitely not in convoys," said Saadi.
As he surveyed the results of air strikes by the US-led coalition from a rooftop, he also listened in on radio conversations between IS fighters.
Saadi said his men's monitoring of IS communications suggests the jihadists are low on supplies.
In the north of the country, US Apache helicopters conducted strikes against IS targets for the first time in Iraq, near Qayyarah south of Mosul, the Pentagon said Monday.
Pentagon chief Ashton Carter has since early December made it clear to the Iraqi government that the US military is willing to use its Apaches based in Iraq to support local forces, but the government had until now declined.
US officials say this is because Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi did not want to anger Shiite militias, who oppose the ramping up of US combat operations in Iraq.
Implementation of programs to combat money laundering
6/14/2016 0:00 BAGHDAD - Al- Sabah praised the central bank governor on the Keywords on worthwhile to cooperate with the Iraqi private banks association, which aims at promoting the banking sector and through the development of human resources and regulations adopted, among the central one that forms of cooperation to implement programs related to combating money laundering in support of the financial and economic sector.
Keywords said during a meeting with graduates with a specialist degree in the field of combating money laundering and terrorism financing: central bank is prepared to cooperate with the Association in the implementation of programs is in the financial and economic sector interest,
pointing out that these aspects represent a fundamental criterion for dealing with any bank because it reflects the work of the bank of in terms of integrity and financial professional and ethical work.
he pointed out that the central process of activating special anti - money laundering to keep up with local and international requirements and the unit.
the Executive Director of the Association of Iraqi private banks Ali Tariq said that the joint anti - money laundering and terrorist financing is an important focus in the private banking business, adding that 15 trainees have recently completed a training course, hosted by the Association of private banks have cooperation with the World ACAMS Iraqna.
Tariq said the association is seeking to develop training plans , especially in the field of combating money laundering and terrorism financing in order to serve the banking sector and the creation of advanced banking cadres, pointing to the continuation of the annual training plan adopted by the Association to raise the efficiency of workers in the banking sector.
He noted that the association handed over the central bank governor Book legislation regulating the work of private banks in Iraq, which includes all laws and regulations relating to banking work and contribute to Thvezaji in the banking sector to refer to the correct legal texts, and the adoption of a single document brings all legislation that make it easier for them to reach the required information .
For his part, Keywords: the importance of a legal reference to facilitate access to the required information, stressing the importance of launching an electronic copy of the book and updated on an ongoing basis. http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=118193[/rtl]
[tlm724] central bank is prepared to cooperate with the Association in the implementation of programs is in the financial and economic sector interest,
[tlm724] that the association handed over the central bank governor Book legislation regulating the work of private banks in Iraq, which includes all laws and regulations relating to banking work *wolfwhistle*
[tlm724] Keywords: the importance of a legal reference to facilitate access to the required information, stressing the importance of launching an electronic copy of the book and updated on an ongoing basis.
[tlm724] launch it baby !!
Prices of buying and selling the dollar Iraqi banking companies
Economy Since 06.14.2016 at 10:01 (Baghdad time) BAGHDAD - balances News
Selling of the dollar price = 127.250
purchase price of US $ = 126.250 euro world price:
EUR 1 = US $ 1.1275
pound world price: 1 pound = 1.4160 USD
Turkish Lira Global Price: $ 100 = 291.88 TL
100 US dollars = 135.20 AUD $
100 US dollars = 128.36 Canadian dollars
tlm724 MOF June 14, 2016 USD 1,171.4000
Bondlady ty timmy, isn't it odd that mawazen completely stopped posting there foreign an Arabic exchange rates directly after we started makeing assumptions;) of what it appeared they were doing, and this is just another attempt by them to hide what were seeing and investigations into these things were putting pieces of the puzzle together and when we get close they adjust what we see;) I love it they aint hidein crap like they think they are lol well except etc etc etc lmao
RCS1947 Wink ...they should know by now, can't hide anything from Bondlady!
Postpone action tariff revenue in the Iraqi ports to June 25 of this[/size]
14/06/2016 09:45 | Direction Press / follow-up Postponed the Iraqi ports, on Tuesday, work tariff revenues, to the twenty-fifth of June this month.
Media ports official Anamarabd Moneim Safi said in a statement received (trend - Presse) a copy of " The State Company for Iraqi Ports decided to postpone the work schedule of tariff revenues and wages to the twenty - fifth of this month."
The General Company for Iraqi Ports announced yesterday its intention to apply the new list tariff revenue and wages for 2016, as of the fifteenth of June of this, pointing out that the new edition will become Palmtnol when preparation is completed and distributed to companies and agents of ships visiting ships Iraqi ports.
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Postpone action tariff revenue in the Iraqi ports to June 25 of this
History of edits:: 06/14/2016 9:01 • 232 visits readable [Where - Baghdad] postponed the Iraqi ports, on Tuesday, work tariff revenues, to the twenty - fifth of June this month.
Port official Anmar al - Saffar said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] that " the General Company of Iraqi Ports decided to postpone the work schedule of tariff revenues and wages to the twenty - fifth of this month."
The General Company for Iraqi Ports announced yesterday its intention to apply the new list of tariff revenue and wages for 2016, as of the fifteenth of June of this, pointing out that the new edition will become Palmtnol when preparation is completed and distributed to companies and agents of ships visiting ships Iraqi ports.
Cabinet decides to raise the booking properties Kuwaitis in Iraq Badge
Local Since 14/06/2016 13:09 pm (Baghdad time)BAGHDAD - balances News
The Cabinet decided on Tuesday, raising the badge not to act on the properties of Kuwaitis in Iraq.
A source familiar with L / balance News /, that "the Council of Ministers during its meeting held today, decided to lift the badge not to act on the properties of Kuwaitis in Iraq provided the absence of a judicial mind to meet with Iraqi custody for real estate properties to raise."
The probe Cabinet held its regular meeting chaired by Haidar al - Abbadi, where endorsed the recommendation to open a consulate of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in the province of Basra. LINK
lm724 diff source
The government decided to raise the reference "not to act" for Kuwaiti property-for-action unprecedented in Kuwait
BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - June 14:, Cabinet decided Tuesday to raise the signal in place of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic dissolved in 1995, the Kuwaiti real estate property, provided that the absence of a judicial mind and the release of the Iraqi real estate property in Kuwait.
A source in the Prime Minister's / Iraq Press /, "The Council of Ministers decided at its regular meeting today, raising the signal not to act in place of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic dissolved in 1995, the Kuwaiti real estate property."
The source, who asked not to be named, said: "The Council stipulated that the lack of a judicial mind, and in return booking for Iraqi real estate property in Kuwait to raise."
The Office of the Presidency of the Republic, during the former regime, has issued a decree restraining the property of Kuwaitis in Iraq in 1995, following the second Gulf War, which broke out after the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait in 1990, and the imposition of international sanctions on Iraq. Q ended
It is said that the relations between Iraq and Kuwait recently witnessed improvement and development, especially after the compromises and solutions to outstanding problems between the two parties. Q ended