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faith1 says():i tried to go to cbi web site... is there a new link , i couldn't get there??
Okie Dinar says(): http://www.cbi.iq/
Okie Dinar says():It worked for me :)
Doug_W says():me too Okie
Okie Dinar says to Doug_W():Thank you Doug :)
Okie Dinar says to Doug_W():Security forces advance and liberate more areas in Mosul
Mar 30, 2017, 4:29 pm Iraqi security forces. File photo.
Mosul (IraqiNews.com) Commander of the Counter-Terrorism 2nd Operations Brigade announced on Thursday, that security forces continue to advance against the Islamic State militants in the terrorist group-held areas in Mosul.
Major General Moen al-Saadi said in a press statement that security forces are advancing significantly against the Islamic State terrorist group.
Forces from Iraqi Army and police managed to impose their control on important and strategic areas in the western and southern axes of Mosul, including Silo plants, Health Control Directorate, and some service departments, Saadi added.
Nineveh Province is witnessing extensive military operations, after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced launching an offensive to liberate the western side of the city of Mosul, in addition to capturing the last stronghold of the Islamic State in the city.
Iraq is witnessing an extraordinary security situation, where ongoing military operations take place to drive out the Islamic State, while the US-led international coalition intensifies its air strikes on the group’s headquarters.
Baxter1243 says():I read in chat that Iraq was still in chap 7... I thought that was done a year ago...
Baxter1243 says(anytime Clay
Dr dave says():caught that too Bax
Baxter1243 says():Dr Dave... can they RV in Chap 7?
clay says to Baxter1243():I don't think so
clay says to Baxter1243():thought they were out too
clay says to Baxter1243():UN is saying its time
Dr dave says():do not think so ...still under sanctions
Baxter1243 says():well.. how could they delete the zeroes in early 2017.. if they are still in cHAP 7?
clay says to Baxter1243():you got me
Baxter1243 says():Makes no sense
Beeson says to clay():I think someone said all they lack is Kwait
Dr dave says():not while being under sanctions
clay says to Beeson():read that too
Baxter1243 says():Someone needs to kick some butt over there
clay says to Beeson():thought they and kuwait agreed on everything
Baxter1243 says():April certainly isnt in early 2017.... they have one day.... uggh
Beeson says():i think they did... so that’s why Abadi asked...what im thinking
clay says to Beeson):you may be right
clay says to jeffusa():whats with this chap 7
jeffusa says to clay():I don't know I have not read chapter 6 yet
Beeson says():I wouldn't try to get out of sanctions till i deserved it... would do no good
clay says to jeffusa():lol
Okie Dinar says():Article from Kathy Keller from Facebook
UN secretary-general starts official visit to Iraq
BAGHDAD United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Iraq on Thursday amid a growing humanitarian crisis due to months-long fighting against the Islamic State group in Mosul, as the extremist group claimed responsibility for an overnight suicide attack in Baghdad.
Backed by a U.S.-led international coalition, Iraqi forces launched an operation in February to drive IS from the western half of Iraq's second-largest city, after declaring eastern Mosul "fully liberated" the previous month. The city is divided by the Tigris River into a western and eastern half and the initial operation to liberate Mosul of the extremists began last October.
Shortly after landing in Baghdad International Airport, Guterres said on Twitter that his visit is to "focus on the dire humanitarian situation on the ground." Amid reports of dozens of civilians killed by airstrikes in Mosul, he added that "protection of civilians must be the absolute priority."
Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/poli...#storylink=cpy
Guterres planned to meet with Iraq's president, prime minster and Parliament speaker before heading north to the self-ruled Kurdish region.
Since the start of the Mosul military operation in October, more than 350,000 people have fled the fighting, according to U.N. figures. Last month, the U.S.-backed troops started a new push to recapture Mosul's western side.
The Site Intelligence group, which monitors extremist groups, reported the claim Thursday in which the IS warns Iraqi Shiites that the "flame of the battle" in Mosul will come to them in Baghdad, Karbala, and Najaf.
On Wednesday night, a suicide truck bomb targeted a police checkpoint on Baghdad's main southern entrance. Three policemen were among the dead while the rest were civilians, police and health officials said on condition of anonymity under regulations.
The militants have suffered a string of defeats over the past two years in the lead-up to the Mosul operation, but have continued to regularly launch attacks in and around Baghdad. A series of large-scale bombings claimed by IS has struck Baghdad since the operation to retake Mosul began.
Iraqi and coalition officials have repeatedly warned that after Mosul, IS will likely return to its insurgent roots as it loses more territory in both Iraq and neighboring Syria.
faith1 says():hey anyone,, how do i get to the cbi web site... i thought it was cbi.org, but that says ...whoops you are not the owner... anyone?? please and thanks
Okie Dinar says to faith1():http://www.cbi.iq/
faith1 says():ohh thanks ! :smack
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