Posts Tagged ‘Iraq’

Thousands protest in Iran

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  Reports this week describe how thousands protest in Iran, updates on the latest from the Iraq-led offensive against Mosul, the kidnapping of two oil workers in Iraq’s oil-hub of Basra and their subsequent rescue and  incidents and attacks in Cairo, Algeria, Israel and Saudi Arabia.  A foiled Islamic State plot to attack a soccer…

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PGI’s Risk Portal Weekly MENA Briefing – 30 September 2016

PGI’s Risk Portal Weekly MENA Briefing – 30 September 2016 PGI Risk Portal Weekly MENA Briefing Posted on 30 September by PGI Risk Portal PGI’s Weekly Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Briefing provides an overview of key developments from across the region in the past seven days. To receive PGI’s daily briefing, containing a comprehensive…

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The UR Region Archaeology Project Iraq by Kirintec

The UR Region Archaeology Project Iraq by Kirintec

At Kirintec we are all about innovation and how to best advance our customer’s response with our products and knowledge. We have chosen to sponsor a remarkable project that we have learnt and hope to make a difference. We balance the juxtaposition of the new with the old…. in fact, the ancient.

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Global civilian casualties from explosive weapons rise

Global civilian casualties from explosive weapons rise for the third year running New data released today by Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) shows that global civilian deaths and injuries in 2014 from explosive weapons have gone up for a third consecutive year. In 2014, 41,847 people were killed or injured by explosive weapons – of these…

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ISIS boldly give location for beheading of Peter Kassig.

ISIS boldly give location for beheading of Peter Kassig. ISIS militants fighting in Iraq and Syria claimed in a video posted online on Sunday that they had beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig. Peter Kassig, 26, a former US soldier was captured in Syria in October last year while providing medical training and humanitarian aid to victims…

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