• Mosul Mosque & Superbugs: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

    This is the April 11, 2017, Full Episode of VICE News Tonight on HBO. Seb Walker is on the ground in Iraq where ISIS fighters are slowly losing their grip on Mosul. Members of the Iraqi Federal Police describe living on the front line of Mosul. Plus, the alt-right expresses its shock over Trump’s airstrikes in Syria. A shortage of California farm workers is driving wages to the highest level in history. We visit a small farm in the state to learn how this change affects their bottom line and what it will mean for the cost of food. And in the final episode of Rae Sremmurd’s Music Corner, the duo review Diet Cig, “Tummy Ache,” Animal Collective, “Kinda Bonkers,” Mastodon, “Show Yourself,” P.O.S., “Wearing a Bear.” Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check...

    published: 21 Apr 2017
  • BATTLE FOR MOSUL // IRAQ, AL BAKR WAR NEWS TODAY (18 NOV)

    #18 #2016 #president #presidential #election #donald #trump #hilary #clinton #democrats #republicans #battle #mosul #for #iraq #war #news #today #nbc #breaking #hillary #gop #concession #speech #full #decision #top #stories #november #nov #President #PresidentialElection #DonaldTrump #HilaryClinton #Democrats #Republicans #President #PresidentialElection #DonaldTrump #HilaryClinton #Democrats #Republicans #BATTLE #MOSUL #BATTLEFORMOSUL #IRAQ #WAR #IRAQWAR #IRAQWARNEWS #NEWS #TODAY #NbcNews #BreakingNews #HillaryClinton #Gop #HillaryClintonConcessionSpeech #HillaryClintonFullConcessionSpeech #Republicans #Decision2016 #Democrats #Election2016 #DonaldTrump #TopStories #Election #Trump #18November #18 #Nov

    published: 18 Nov 2016
  • Churches and Christian Real Estate Detained by ISIS

    Following an ultimatum issued by ISIS there was a Christian exodus from Mosul. The houses and churches abandoned by the Christians have been seized by the Sunni extremists. ISIS has locked the doors and put signs of Islamic State ownership on the buildings left by the Christians. http://transterramedia.com/media/40877

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • Rolsen Mall in Erbil By IZ Development & Real Estate

    Our latest project ROLSEN MALL & HOTEL 31th Floor level the first & finest in Erbil this project is located in the heart city of Erbil , On the main road leading to the city of Mosul against the important malls and commercial centers and is expected to become one of the important tourism attractions in the region

    published: 10 Nov 2013
  • Kurdistan Tourism| گه‌ شتیاریی کوردستان

    kurdistantour.net Kurdistan History Some key events since the early 20th century. 1918: Sheikh Mahmoud Barzinji becomes governor of Suleimaniah under British rule. He and other Kurdish leaders who want Kurdistan to be ruled independently of Baghdad rebel against the British. He is defeated a year later. [1] 1923: The Treaty of Lausanne between Turkey and the allied powers invalidates the Treaty of Sevres, which had provided for the creation of a Kurdish state. [2] 1925: After sending a fact-finding committee to Mosul province, the League of Nations decides that it will be part of Iraq, on condition that the UK hold the mandate for Iraq for another 25 years to assure the autonomy of the Kurdish population. The following year Turkey and Britain signed a treaty in line with the League of ...

    published: 27 Feb 2014
  • Iran Today - Iran's housing market and construction tech

    After three years of stagnation in Iran’s housing market, it is picking up; though slowly. Meanwhile, the country has progressed a lot in applying new civil construction technologies. According to latest estimates on average some 50% of household incomes go to housing across the country. People in Iran, take different factors as contributing to the extortionate prices in the real estate market. Some people blame the housing stagnation on the anticipations prior to JCPOA where the majority had no desire to buy or sell. Some other believes that is because of the realtors. To resolve this problem, various governments have implemented various plans, among which, was the “Mehr Housing” project or “Social Housing” plan. Iran has embarked into importing and applying new civil construction techno...

    published: 30 Jul 2016
  • The Investigators with Diana Swain - Covering the fight against ISIS

    How do journalists who embed with one side of an armed conflict understand and report the whole story? Guest host Mark Kelley speaks with CBC News Middle East bureau chief Derek Stoffel, who has been reporting from the front lines of the fight against ISIS in Iraq. Plus - Erica Johnson on the overwhelming response to CBC Go Public's story about the sales practices of Canadian banks. Watch The Investigators Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. ET and Sundays at 5:30 p.m. ET on CBC News Network. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http:/...

    published: 18 Mar 2017
  • khabar duniya ki | Iraq army nears headquarters of Baghdadi in Mosul

    Iraq army nears headquarters of Baghdadi in Mosul. Watch the full segment for more details. India 24x7 takes news beyond reporting. We bring perspective to every issue and how it affects and impacts your life. To cut the morass of market, the channel aims to serve family entertainment, healthy viewing and distinctive news to upgrade its viewers to make informed choices rather than being only about news. India 24x7 ushers in a breadth of fresh air, revamping the dominant pattern of Indian News channels and bringing Hope amidst apparently gloomy happenings. India 24X7 a national Hindi ‘Free To Air (FTA)’ news Channel is going to start operations in the Indian domain from October 24, 2015.

    published: 11 Dec 2016
  • Grandi: Priority to protect civilians in Mosul

    (20 Oct 2016) The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said in Cairo on Thursday that the protection of civilians in Mosul is "very important" as Iraqi government forces continue the fight to take back the city from the Islamic State group (IS). Filippo Grandi told reporters he received "very strong assurances" from the Iraqi government that civilians would be protected. Grandi is on a four-day visit to Egypt to discuss the refugee situation in the Middle East and North Africa with Arab and Egyptian officials. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi vowed on Thursday to protect civilians fleeing the battle to oust IS group militants from Mosul. The IS group captured Mosul and the surrounding area during a lightning advance across northern Iraq in 2014, and IS group leader Abu Bak...

    published: 16 Nov 2016
  • Families fleeing Mosul finds no shelter

    Families who fled Mosul towards Kirkuk recently, can't find any place to host them. Tens of them are living in houses which are still under construction. Those houses lack water and electricity. The families are being left alone , as they say, with no aid from any non- governmental organisation , and the Iraqi government is completely neglecting their needs.

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • ISIS Robs Fleeing Christians Mosul

    ISIS robs fleeing Christians as they are ordered to leave Mosul and then order genital mutilation of Muslim women http://www.paulbegleyprophecy.com also http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/07/22/isis-robs-christians-fleeing-its-edict-in-mosul-convert-leave-or-die.html also http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28466434

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • Mosul's displaced Christians say they do not wish to return home

    Christian Iraqis who were forced to flee their hometown in Mosul last year when Islamic State fighters took over the northern city are now taking shelter in a church in Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region.

    published: 04 Aug 2015
  • Iraq's 'American Dream' Gated Community Now Almost Empty

    Aug. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Kurdistan's Capital Erbil has been the boom town of Iraq, with developers pouring billions of dollars into the city's real-estate sector in recent years. Now the threat of Islamic State has put these ambitious expansion plans on hold. Bloomberg's Willem Marx reports. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the...

    published: 22 Aug 2014
  • Iraqi Christians Flee from Mosul

    Contributor: Arshed http://transterramedia.com/media/40879

    published: 24 Jul 2014
  • Iraqi Soccer winners

    From the Los Angeles Times Iraq salutes its Asian Cup soccer finalist Despite violence, the country's first berth in the regional soccer title game stirs united celebration and a brief respite from war. By Alexandra Zavis Times Staff Writer July 28, 2007 BAGHDAD — They're stocking up on fuel for their generators, snapping up flags and team T-shirts, and decorating their cars with flowers. Soccer fever has reached new heights in Iraq ahead of the national squad's first-ever Asian Cup final. In a few short weeks, the 15 young players have achieved what Iraq's political and religious leaders have struggled to accomplish in four years of war: uniting their country and restoring a sense of national pride. "We wish these players sat in the chairs of those politicians," said Al...

    published: 31 Jul 2007
  • The push to expel the Islamic State group from Iraq continues. 9 12 14

    The Kurdish Peshmerga seized a strategic pieces of real estate near Mosul. AJE's John Hendren and Photojournalist Robert Michaud report from the front.

    published: 14 Sep 2014
Mosul Mosque & Superbugs: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

Mosul Mosque & Superbugs: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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This is the April 11, 2017, Full Episode of VICE News Tonight on HBO. Seb Walker is on the ground in Iraq where ISIS fighters are slowly losing their grip on Mosul. Members of the Iraqi Federal Police describe living on the front line of Mosul. Plus, the alt-right expresses its shock over Trump’s airstrikes in Syria. A shortage of California farm workers is driving wages to the highest level in history. We visit a small farm in the state to learn how this change affects their bottom line and what it will mean for the cost of food. And in the final episode of Rae Sremmurd’s Music Corner, the duo review Diet Cig, “Tummy Ache,” Animal Collective, “Kinda Bonkers,” Mastodon, “Show Yourself,” P.O.S., “Wearing a Bear.” Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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BATTLE FOR MOSUL // IRAQ, AL BAKR WAR NEWS TODAY (18 NOV)

BATTLE FOR MOSUL // IRAQ, AL BAKR WAR NEWS TODAY (18 NOV)

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#18 #2016 #president #presidential #election #donald #trump #hilary #clinton #democrats #republicans #battle #mosul #for #iraq #war #news #today #nbc #breaking #hillary #gop #concession #speech #full #decision #top #stories #november #nov #President #PresidentialElection #DonaldTrump #HilaryClinton #Democrats #Republicans #President #PresidentialElection #DonaldTrump #HilaryClinton #Democrats #Republicans #BATTLE #MOSUL #BATTLEFORMOSUL #IRAQ #WAR #IRAQWAR #IRAQWARNEWS #NEWS #TODAY #NbcNews #BreakingNews #HillaryClinton #Gop #HillaryClintonConcessionSpeech #HillaryClintonFullConcessionSpeech #Republicans #Decision2016 #Democrats #Election2016 #DonaldTrump #TopStories #Election #Trump #18November #18 #Nov
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Churches and Christian Real Estate Detained by ISIS

Churches and Christian Real Estate Detained by ISIS

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Following an ultimatum issued by ISIS there was a Christian exodus from Mosul. The houses and churches abandoned by the Christians have been seized by the Sunni extremists. ISIS has locked the doors and put signs of Islamic State ownership on the buildings left by the Christians. http://transterramedia.com/media/40877
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Rolsen Mall in Erbil By IZ Development & Real Estate

Rolsen Mall in Erbil By IZ Development & Real Estate

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  • Updated: 10 Nov 2013
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Our latest project ROLSEN MALL & HOTEL 31th Floor level the first & finest in Erbil this project is located in the heart city of Erbil , On the main road leading to the city of Mosul against the important malls and commercial centers and is expected to become one of the important tourism attractions in the region
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Kurdistan Tourism| گه‌ شتیاریی کوردستان

Kurdistan Tourism| گه‌ شتیاریی کوردستان

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kurdistantour.net Kurdistan History Some key events since the early 20th century. 1918: Sheikh Mahmoud Barzinji becomes governor of Suleimaniah under British rule. He and other Kurdish leaders who want Kurdistan to be ruled independently of Baghdad rebel against the British. He is defeated a year later. [1] 1923: The Treaty of Lausanne between Turkey and the allied powers invalidates the Treaty of Sevres, which had provided for the creation of a Kurdish state. [2] 1925: After sending a fact-finding committee to Mosul province, the League of Nations decides that it will be part of Iraq, on condition that the UK hold the mandate for Iraq for another 25 years to assure the autonomy of the Kurdish population. The following year Turkey and Britain signed a treaty in line with the League of Nation's decision. [3] 1961: Mulla Mustafa Barzani's requests for Kurdish autonomy were refused by the Iraqi government of Abdul Karim Qasim. On 11 September, Mustafa Barzani issued a proclamation to all Kurds to take up arms against the forces of hte Iraqi government, starting the Kurdish revolution. [4] 1970: The Kurdistan Democratic Party, lead by Mustafa Barzani, reaches an agreement with Baghdad on autonomy for Kurdistan and political representation in the Baghdad government. By 1974, key parts of the agreement are not fulfilled, leading to disputes. [5] 1971-1980: The Iraqi government expels more than 200,000 Faili (Shia) Kurds from Iraq. [6] 1975: The Iraqi government signs the Algiers Agreement with Iran, in which they settle land disputes in exchange for Iran ending its support of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and other concessions. [7] 1983: The Iraqi government disappears 8,000 boys and men from the Barzani clan. In 2005, 500 of them are found in mass graves near Iraq's border with Saudi Arabia, hundreds of kilometres from the Kurdistan Region. [8] 1987-1989: The Iraqi government carries out the genocidal Anfal campaign against Kurdistan's civilians, of mass summary executions and disappearances, widespread use of chemical weapons, destruction of some 2,000 villages and of the rural economy and infrastructure. An estimated 180,000 are killed in the campaign. [9] 1988: On 16 and 17 March 1988, Iraqi government airplanes drop chemical weapons on the town of Halabja. Between 4,000 and 5,000 people, almost all civilians, are killed. [10] 1991: The people in Kurdistan rise up against the Iraqi government days after the Gulf War ceasefire. Within weeks the Iraqi military and helicopters suppress the uprising. Tens of thousands of people flee to the mountains, causing a humanitarian crisis. The US, Britain and France declare a no-fly zone at the 36th parallel and refugees return. Months later, Saddam Hussein withdraws the Iraqi Army and his administration, and imposes an internal blockade on Kurdistan. 1992: The Iraqi Kurdistan Front, an alliance of political parties, holds parliamentary and presidential elections and establishes the Kurdistan Regional Government. 1994: Power-sharing arrangements between the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) fall apart, leading to civil war and two separate administrations, in Erbil and Suleimaniah respectively. 1998: The PUK and KDP sign the Washington Agreement, ending the civil war. 2003: The Peshmerga, Kurdistan's official armed forces, fight alongside the coalition to liberate Iraq from Saddam Hussein's rule. 2005: In a national referendum, Iraqis vote in favour of a new constitution. The new constitution, which is approved by 78% of voters, recognises the Kurdistan Region's institutions including the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Kurdistan Parliament. 2006: At the start of the year, the PUK and KDP agree to unify the two administrations. On 7th May, Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani announces a new unified cabinet. [1] Gareth Stansfield, 'The Kurdish Question in Iraq, 1914-1974', The Middle East Online Series 2: Iraq 1914-1974, Thomson Learning EMEA Ltd, Reading, 2006. [2] Library of Congress Country Study: Iraq. [3] Northedge, F. S. . The League of Nations: Its Life and Times, 1920-1946 Holmes & Meier. 1986 [4] Gareth Stansfield, 'The Kurdish Question in Iraq, 1914-1974', The Middle East Online Series 2: Iraq 1914-1974, Thomson Learning EMEA Ltd, Reading, 2006. [5] No Friends but the Mountains: The Tragic History of the Kurds. John Bulloch and Harvey Morris. [6] Human Rights Watch report, Whatever happened to the Kurds? 11 March 1991. [7] David McDowall, A Modern History of the Kurds. [8] Saddam's Road to Hell: Documentary film by Gwynne Roberts. [9] Kurdistan Regional Government estimate. Genocide in Iraq: The Anfal Campaign against the Kurds. Middle East Watch Report, Human Rights Watch, 1993. [10] Human Rights Watch report, Whatever happened to the Kurds? 11 March 1991. Source KRG *
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Iran Today - Iran's housing market and construction tech

Iran Today - Iran's housing market and construction tech

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2016
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After three years of stagnation in Iran’s housing market, it is picking up; though slowly. Meanwhile, the country has progressed a lot in applying new civil construction technologies. According to latest estimates on average some 50% of household incomes go to housing across the country. People in Iran, take different factors as contributing to the extortionate prices in the real estate market. Some people blame the housing stagnation on the anticipations prior to JCPOA where the majority had no desire to buy or sell. Some other believes that is because of the realtors. To resolve this problem, various governments have implemented various plans, among which, was the “Mehr Housing” project or “Social Housing” plan. Iran has embarked into importing and applying new civil construction technologies which not only speed up the process of construction, but also cut on the final price of a house. A recession hit the Iranian housing sector 3 years ago and led to a huge fall in buy and sell opportunities to their lowest level. The profits made from the same sector in the years prior, which at times had even hit 300%, suddenly took a steep nosedive, in a way that over a 3 year period, it bottomed at less than even 20%. This situation made a lot of people take out their money from real estate and put it elsewhere where there’s more interest such as the banks. The Mehr Housing Project was a vision and mission of the Ahmadinejad government era. The current administration of president Rouhani, found the mega project a major contributing factor to inflation and excessive money stock and thus had it scrapped. Most industrial and economic projects, appreciate the tremendous value of time. Prefabricated construction projects are essentially a way in which productivities boosted when it comes to energy and time thus saved as well. Utilizing fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC), Un-plasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (UPVC) material and specifically Light Steel Framing (LSF) technologies in new constructions, have in recent years, not only made building walls and floors, thinner, that is lighter, but has made them that much stronger and certainly that much more resilient to preventing any waste of energy. Moreover the low cost in transporting and erecting these material, has generated a great deal of interest in such fast-paced pre-fab building projects in the past 15 years especially in Iran. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
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The Investigators with Diana Swain - Covering the fight against ISIS

The Investigators with Diana Swain - Covering the fight against ISIS

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How do journalists who embed with one side of an armed conflict understand and report the whole story? Guest host Mark Kelley speaks with CBC News Middle East bureau chief Derek Stoffel, who has been reporting from the front lines of the fight against ISIS in Iraq. Plus - Erica Johnson on the overwhelming response to CBC Go Public's story about the sales practices of Canadian banks. Watch The Investigators Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. ET and Sundays at 5:30 p.m. ET on CBC News Network. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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khabar duniya ki | Iraq army nears headquarters of Baghdadi in Mosul

khabar duniya ki | Iraq army nears headquarters of Baghdadi in Mosul

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Iraq army nears headquarters of Baghdadi in Mosul. Watch the full segment for more details. India 24x7 takes news beyond reporting. We bring perspective to every issue and how it affects and impacts your life. To cut the morass of market, the channel aims to serve family entertainment, healthy viewing and distinctive news to upgrade its viewers to make informed choices rather than being only about news. India 24x7 ushers in a breadth of fresh air, revamping the dominant pattern of Indian News channels and bringing Hope amidst apparently gloomy happenings. India 24X7 a national Hindi ‘Free To Air (FTA)’ news Channel is going to start operations in the Indian domain from October 24, 2015.
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Grandi: Priority to protect civilians in Mosul

Grandi: Priority to protect civilians in Mosul

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(20 Oct 2016) The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said in Cairo on Thursday that the protection of civilians in Mosul is "very important" as Iraqi government forces continue the fight to take back the city from the Islamic State group (IS). Filippo Grandi told reporters he received "very strong assurances" from the Iraqi government that civilians would be protected. Grandi is on a four-day visit to Egypt to discuss the refugee situation in the Middle East and North Africa with Arab and Egyptian officials. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi vowed on Thursday to protect civilians fleeing the battle to oust IS group militants from Mosul. The IS group captured Mosul and the surrounding area during a lightning advance across northern Iraq in 2014, and IS group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announced the formation of a self-styled caliphate from the pulpit of a Mosul mosque. Mosul is the largest city controlled by the extremists and their last major urban bastion in Iraq. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bbed9e6386fe1eaf879996c97a34e0b4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Families fleeing Mosul finds no shelter

Families fleeing Mosul finds no shelter

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Families who fled Mosul towards Kirkuk recently, can't find any place to host them. Tens of them are living in houses which are still under construction. Those houses lack water and electricity. The families are being left alone , as they say, with no aid from any non- governmental organisation , and the Iraqi government is completely neglecting their needs.
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ISIS Robs Fleeing Christians Mosul

ISIS Robs Fleeing Christians Mosul

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ISIS robs fleeing Christians as they are ordered to leave Mosul and then order genital mutilation of Muslim women http://www.paulbegleyprophecy.com also http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/07/22/isis-robs-christians-fleeing-its-edict-in-mosul-convert-leave-or-die.html also http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-28466434
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Mosul's displaced Christians say they do not wish to return home

Mosul's displaced Christians say they do not wish to return home

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Christian Iraqis who were forced to flee their hometown in Mosul last year when Islamic State fighters took over the northern city are now taking shelter in a church in Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region.
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Iraq's 'American Dream' Gated Community Now Almost Empty

Iraq's 'American Dream' Gated Community Now Almost Empty

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Aug. 22 (Bloomberg) -- Kurdistan's Capital Erbil has been the boom town of Iraq, with developers pouring billions of dollars into the city's real-estate sector in recent years. Now the threat of Islamic State has put these ambitious expansion plans on hold. Bloomberg's Willem Marx reports. (Source: Bloomberg) -- Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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Iraqi Christians Flee from Mosul

Iraqi Christians Flee from Mosul

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Contributor: Arshed http://transterramedia.com/media/40879
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Iraqi Soccer winners

Iraqi Soccer winners

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From the Los Angeles Times Iraq salutes its Asian Cup soccer finalist Despite violence, the country's first berth in the regional soccer title game stirs united celebration and a brief respite from war. By Alexandra Zavis Times Staff Writer July 28, 2007 BAGHDAD — They're stocking up on fuel for their generators, snapping up flags and team T-shirts, and decorating their cars with flowers. Soccer fever has reached new heights in Iraq ahead of the national squad's first-ever Asian Cup final. In a few short weeks, the 15 young players have achieved what Iraq's political and religious leaders have struggled to accomplish in four years of war: uniting their country and restoring a sense of national pride. "We wish these players sat in the chairs of those politicians," said Ali Mohsin, a Baghdad civil servant. "They did a marvel for us ... making us happy together." Each improbable Iraq soccer victory has been met with an outpouring of joy, a rare feeling in this bloodied country. Thousands poured into the streets Wednesday when Iraq's team edged South Korea to clinch a coveted spot in Sunday's final against Saudi Arabia. "From the north to the south and the east to the west, everyone was celebrating and chanting, 'one Iraq,' " said Mohammed Khalaf, a former team captain and popular TV commentator who now directs the coverage of the state-run Iraqiya Sports Channel. Shiite and Sunni Muslim friends who can no longer visit each other's neighborhoods, for fear of being shot, found each other again amid the throngs who were dancing, drumming and spraying each other with water and party foam. "There were people in my club that I hadn't seen for two or three years," said Uday Fadhil, a Shiite trucker and avid member of one of Baghdad's premier soccer fan clubs. "But I saw them in Karada during the celebrations." Fadhil has already started decorating his car with flags and garlands of flowers in anticipation that the team will bring home the cup from Indonesia. "This is the only happiness we have had in a long time," he said. But that happiness is often short-lived. About 50 fans died Wednesday when two suicide bombers drove their explosives-laden cars into the crowds celebrating on opposite sides of Baghdad. At least four more were killed by stray bullets from the thundering celebratory gunfire that day and after Sunday's quarterfinals win over Vietnam. There were also reports that gunmen used the festivities as cover to settle private scores. It was a tragic reminder of the vicious violence tearing at Iraq. But the fans insist they will not be cowed. "If the team wins this time, I will still go out into the streets and celebrate. I don't care if the terrorists ambush us," said Saif Hasan, a Baghdad college student. "I will be wrapped in an Iraqi flag ... no T-shirt, just the Iraqi flag." Since Wednesday, Iraqi TV stations have been replaying footage of each goal and the celebrations that followed. Parliament opened its Thursday session with a congratulatory statement for the squad. And sheikh Jalauddin Saghir praised the team during Friday prayers at Baghdad's revered Buratha mosque for "sending a message to the whole world that this society, despite all the terrorists, will remain unified." In a shady Baghdad alley Friday, four friends rehashed every detail of the semifinal won 4-3 on penalty kicks after a 0-0 tie in regulation. "We were on edge and kept swearing and calling the names of players when they missed a goal," said Amer Hadithi, who supplied the generator that allowed them to watch the match despite the inevitable power cuts. After the win, they jumped up and down and shouted with joy, before remembering to be quiet to avoid drawing the attention of militants. The four — a Shiite, two Sunnis and a Christian — plan to meet at Hadithi's apartment again for Sunday's final. "It is the only thing that could make us happy at such a time," he said. The team's mixed makeup and its ability to beat the odds has been an inspiration to the fractured nation. Its Brazilian coach, Jorvan Vieira, had only two months to prepare the squad. Players had to shuttle between their local clubs and national practices in neighboring Jordan; some received death threats, or had loved ones kidnapped and killed. Sunday's game against Saudi Arabia, a bitter rival accused by Iraq's Shiite-led government of supporting Sunni Arab insurgents here, is loaded with symbolism. Um Zainab, an east Baghdad housewife, said she doesn't usually follow soccer. But this time is different. "I am so excited about watching the game with my husband and children ... I am uncontrollable," said the woman, who gave a traditional nickname. "The last time the team won, I handed out candies to the neighbors." Hussein Gitain, who has played for numerous local clubs, said his wife had made a vow to cook a big meal for the poor if the team wins Sunday. Ilias Yusuf Gorges, a Baghdad tailor, estimates he has sold at least 1,500 flags since the start of the Asian Cup. "We ran out of stock the day before yesterday, when the team won over South Korea," he said. There were thumping street parties in Basra, Kirkuk and Mosul. The festivities were more muted in Baqubah, where U.S. and Iraqi forces have waged an offensive against Sunni Arab insurgents. "We wish that we can go out and celebrate in the streets like the people did in Baghdad and other parts of the country, but there are checkpoints all over the city," said Imad Zuhairai, a Sunni real estate agent. Iraq's love affair with soccer has been deep and long. The sport has provided one of the few escapes. At that time, players say they were driven as much by fear as a love of the game. Those who disappointed the head of the National Olympic Committee, Hussein's son Uday, could be thrown into jail, beaten on the soles of their feet or humiliated by having their heads shaved. It was an uninspiring time to play, said Adnan Hussein, who played for the National Youth Team and other clubs during the 1980s. "Now, when the team plays, it is for the people and the country," he said. "It is full of emotion." Whether they win or lose is beside the point. "These young men have already given to their country as much as they can," said Khalaf, the sports journalist. "It is already enough." -- Times staff writer Saif Rasheed in Baghdad and special correspondents in Baghdad, Irbil, Mosul and Kirkuk contributed to this report.
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