Weekly Security Update 24 – 31 July 2013


By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk
COUNTRY OVERVIEW
Iraq has once again been gripped by severe violence this week with hundreds killed in multiple bombings and shootings, which have predominantly, and somewhat unsurprisingly, targeted Baghdad and the northern Provinces.
Thursday 25 July saw at least 28 people were killed in bombings and shootings across Iraq.* In the deadliest attack, a bomb in a parked car exploded in a busy market killing 14 people in central Muqdadiya, 80 km northeast of the capital Baghdad and a bomb placed in a garden where people were celebrating a wedding exploded killing four people from the Amiriya District of Baghdad.* Further across the capital witnesses also saw numerous gunmen using silenced weapons targeting groups of young men leaving 8 dead in separate incidents across the city.
The violence was not limited just to Baghdad Thursday.* In Madaen, about 30 km southeast of Baghdad, a roadside bomb planted near a cafe went off, killing three people.* Militants killed a police officer in the northern city of Mosul, while a child died in a roadside bombing, and a civil servant was also shot dead bringing the monthly death toll to more than 800 people killed in militant attacks in Iraq.

Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

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Weekly Security Update 24 – 31 July 2013


By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk
COUNTRY OVERVIEW
Iraq has once again been gripped by severe violence this week with hundreds killed in multiple bombings and shootings, which have predominantly, and somewhat unsurprisingly, targeted Baghdad and the northern Provinces.
Thursday 25 July saw at least 28 people were killed in bombings and shootings across Iraq.* In the deadliest attack, a bomb in a parked car exploded in a busy market killing 14 people in central Muqdadiya, 80 km northeast of the capital Baghdad and a bomb placed in a garden where people were celebrating a wedding exploded killing four people from the Amiriya District of Baghdad.* Further across the capital witnesses also saw numerous gunmen using silenced weapons targeting groups of young men leaving 8 dead in separate incidents across the city.
The violence was not limited just to Baghdad Thursday.* In Madaen, about 30 km southeast of Baghdad, a roadside bomb planted near a cafe went off, killing three people.* Militants killed a police officer in the northern city of Mosul, while a child died in a roadside bombing, and a civil servant was also shot dead bringing the monthly death toll to more than 800 people killed in militant attacks in Iraq.

Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

Post your commentary below.

Weekly Security Update 24 – 31 July 2013


By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk
COUNTRY OVERVIEW
Iraq has once again been gripped by severe violence this week with hundreds killed in multiple bombings and shootings, which have predominantly, and somewhat unsurprisingly, targeted Baghdad and the northern Provinces.
Thursday 25 July saw at least 28 people were killed in bombings and shootings across Iraq.* In the deadliest attack, a bomb in a parked car exploded in a busy market killing 14 people in central Muqdadiya, 80 km northeast of the capital Baghdad and a bomb placed in a garden where people were celebrating a wedding exploded killing four people from the Amiriya District of Baghdad.* Further across the capital witnesses also saw numerous gunmen using silenced weapons targeting groups of young men leaving 8 dead in separate incidents across the city.
The violence was not limited just to Baghdad Thursday.* In Madaen, about 30 km southeast of Baghdad, a roadside bomb planted near a cafe went off, killing three people.* Militants killed a police officer in the northern city of Mosul, while a child died in a roadside bombing, and a civil servant was also shot dead bringing the monthly death toll to more than 800 people killed in militant attacks in Iraq.

Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

Post your commentary below.

Weekly Security Update 24 – 31 July 2013


By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk
COUNTRY OVERVIEW
Iraq has once again been gripped by severe violence this week with hundreds killed in multiple bombings and shootings, which have predominantly, and somewhat unsurprisingly, targeted Baghdad and the northern Provinces.
Thursday 25 July saw at least 28 people were killed in bombings and shootings across Iraq.* In the deadliest attack, a bomb in a parked car exploded in a busy market killing 14 people in central Muqdadiya, 80 km northeast of the capital Baghdad and a bomb placed in a garden where people were celebrating a wedding exploded killing four people from the Amiriya District of Baghdad.* Further across the capital witnesses also saw numerous gunmen using silenced weapons targeting groups of young men leaving 8 dead in separate incidents across the city.
The violence was not limited just to Baghdad Thursday.* In Madaen, about 30 km southeast of Baghdad, a roadside bomb planted near a cafe went off, killing three people.* Militants killed a police officer in the northern city of Mosul, while a child died in a roadside bombing, and a civil servant was also shot dead bringing the monthly death toll to more than 800 people killed in militant attacks in Iraq.

Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

Post your commentary below.

Weekly Security Update 24 – 31 July 2013


By Tom Walker, Director, Assaye Risk
COUNTRY OVERVIEW
Iraq has once again been gripped by severe violence this week with hundreds killed in multiple bombings and shootings, which have predominantly, and somewhat unsurprisingly, targeted Baghdad and the northern Provinces.
Thursday 25 July saw at least 28 people were killed in bombings and shootings across Iraq.* In the deadliest attack, a bomb in a parked car exploded in a busy market killing 14 people in central Muqdadiya, 80 km northeast of the capital Baghdad and a bomb placed in a garden where people were celebrating a wedding exploded killing four people from the Amiriya District of Baghdad.* Further across the capital witnesses also saw numerous gunmen using silenced weapons targeting groups of young men leaving 8 dead in separate incidents across the city.
The violence was not limited just to Baghdad Thursday.* In Madaen, about 30 km southeast of Baghdad, a roadside bomb planted near a cafe went off, killing three people.* Militants killed a police officer in the northern city of Mosul, while a child died in a roadside bombing, and a civil servant was also shot dead bringing the monthly death toll to more than 800 people killed in militant attacks in Iraq.

Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com.

Post your commentary below.

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end


Arbil / Agencies:
According to MP for the mass change Bayazid Hassan, that the political process has reached an impasse, pointing out that the upcoming elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the political blocs.

Hassan said in a statement (of the Agency news): The political process has reached a dead end, especially with the serious deterioration of security, and this needs to be a review of the political blocs positions and abide by the constitution and genuine partnership in order to save the political process.

He added: that the next parliamentary elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the blocks, there will be a requirement to pass the law for the conduct of elections on schedule.

The MP said the bloc to change: that the Constitution provides for the holding of elections before (45) days from the expiration of the term of parliament so it must speed up the passage of the election law.

In a related context, MP for the Kurdistan Islamic Union Bakr flesh friend, that al-Maliki will not get a third term because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

Friend said in a statement (of the Agency news): The current phase is witnessing a positive relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, and the coming period will witness resolving outstanding disputes between the parties.

He added: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki can not get a third term or get a majority of votes because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

The MP said the Kurdistan Islamic Union: that the root outstanding differences between the two parties and the most important oil and gas, Budget and National Partnership will be resolved before the end of the current parliamentary session.

http://www.almutmar.com/index.php?id=201329839

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end


Arbil / Agencies:
According to MP for the mass change Bayazid Hassan, that the political process has reached an impasse, pointing out that the upcoming elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the political blocs.

Hassan said in a statement (of the Agency news): The political process has reached a dead end, especially with the serious deterioration of security, and this needs to be a review of the political blocs positions and abide by the constitution and genuine partnership in order to save the political process.

He added: that the next parliamentary elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the blocks, there will be a requirement to pass the law for the conduct of elections on schedule.

The MP said the bloc to change: that the Constitution provides for the holding of elections before (45) days from the expiration of the term of parliament so it must speed up the passage of the election law.

In a related context, MP for the Kurdistan Islamic Union Bakr flesh friend, that al-Maliki will not get a third term because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

Friend said in a statement (of the Agency news): The current phase is witnessing a positive relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, and the coming period will witness resolving outstanding disputes between the parties.

He added: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki can not get a third term or get a majority of votes because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

The MP said the Kurdistan Islamic Union: that the root outstanding differences between the two parties and the most important oil and gas, Budget and National Partnership will be resolved before the end of the current parliamentary session.

http://www.almutmar.com/index.php?id=201329839

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end


Arbil / Agencies:
According to MP for the mass change Bayazid Hassan, that the political process has reached an impasse, pointing out that the upcoming elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the political blocs.

Hassan said in a statement (of the Agency news): The political process has reached a dead end, especially with the serious deterioration of security, and this needs to be a review of the political blocs positions and abide by the constitution and genuine partnership in order to save the political process.

He added: that the next parliamentary elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the blocks, there will be a requirement to pass the law for the conduct of elections on schedule.

The MP said the bloc to change: that the Constitution provides for the holding of elections before (45) days from the expiration of the term of parliament so it must speed up the passage of the election law.

In a related context, MP for the Kurdistan Islamic Union Bakr flesh friend, that al-Maliki will not get a third term because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

Friend said in a statement (of the Agency news): The current phase is witnessing a positive relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, and the coming period will witness resolving outstanding disputes between the parties.

He added: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki can not get a third term or get a majority of votes because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

The MP said the Kurdistan Islamic Union: that the root outstanding differences between the two parties and the most important oil and gas, Budget and National Partnership will be resolved before the end of the current parliamentary session.

http://www.almutmar.com/index.php?id=201329839

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end


Arbil / Agencies:
According to MP for the mass change Bayazid Hassan, that the political process has reached an impasse, pointing out that the upcoming elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the political blocs.

Hassan said in a statement (of the Agency news): The political process has reached a dead end, especially with the serious deterioration of security, and this needs to be a review of the political blocs positions and abide by the constitution and genuine partnership in order to save the political process.

He added: that the next parliamentary elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the blocks, there will be a requirement to pass the law for the conduct of elections on schedule.

The MP said the bloc to change: that the Constitution provides for the holding of elections before (45) days from the expiration of the term of parliament so it must speed up the passage of the election law.

In a related context, MP for the Kurdistan Islamic Union Bakr flesh friend, that al-Maliki will not get a third term because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

Friend said in a statement (of the Agency news): The current phase is witnessing a positive relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, and the coming period will witness resolving outstanding disputes between the parties.

He added: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki can not get a third term or get a majority of votes because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

The MP said the Kurdistan Islamic Union: that the root outstanding differences between the two parties and the most important oil and gas, Budget and National Partnership will be resolved before the end of the current parliamentary session.

http://www.almutmar.com/index.php?id=201329839

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end

Kurdistan: Maliki will not get a third term .. Change confirms that the political process has reached a dead end


Arbil / Agencies:
According to MP for the mass change Bayazid Hassan, that the political process has reached an impasse, pointing out that the upcoming elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the political blocs.

Hassan said in a statement (of the Agency news): The political process has reached a dead end, especially with the serious deterioration of security, and this needs to be a review of the political blocs positions and abide by the constitution and genuine partnership in order to save the political process.

He added: that the next parliamentary elections will solve some of the outstanding differences between the blocks, there will be a requirement to pass the law for the conduct of elections on schedule.

The MP said the bloc to change: that the Constitution provides for the holding of elections before (45) days from the expiration of the term of parliament so it must speed up the passage of the election law.

In a related context, MP for the Kurdistan Islamic Union Bakr flesh friend, that al-Maliki will not get a third term because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

Friend said in a statement (of the Agency news): The current phase is witnessing a positive relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, and the coming period will witness resolving outstanding disputes between the parties.

He added: Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki can not get a third term or get a majority of votes because of the rise of Islamic movements his competition.

The MP said the Kurdistan Islamic Union: that the root outstanding differences between the two parties and the most important oil and gas, Budget and National Partnership will be resolved before the end of the current parliamentary session.

http://www.almutmar.com/index.php?id=201329839