Iraq among the 10 countries in the world’s richest in natural resources

 

 

 

Iraq among the 10 countries in the world's richest in natural resources

Twilight News / several Arab states, relies on its economy based on natural resources, especially in the Gulf states, which is considered the backbone of the oil in their economies. Twilight News / several Arab states, relies on its economy based on natural resources, especially in the Gulf states, which is considered the backbone of the oil in their economies.

In other Arab countries such as Morocco and Mauritania non-oil natural resources, it occupies an important place in the national economy. In other Arab countries such as Morocco and Mauritania non-oil natural resources, it occupies an important place in the national economy.

But the list prepared by the site “www.worldknowing.com” shows that the only two Arab countries among the list of top 10 most wealthy nations in natural resources. But the list prepared by the site “www.worldknowing.com” shows that the only two Arab countries among the list of top 10 most wealthy nations in natural resources.

1 – Russia (more than 75 trillion dollars) 1 – Russia (more than $ 75 trillion)

2 – United States (more than $ 45 trillion) 2 – United States (more than $ 45 trillion)

3 – Saudi Arabia (more than 34 trillion dollars) 3 – Saudi Arabia (more than $ 34 trillion)

4 – Canada (more than $ 33 trillion) 4 – Canada (more than $ 33 trillion)

5 – Iran (more than $ 28 trillion) 5 – Iran (more $ 28 than trillion)

6 – China (more than $ 23 trillion) 6 – China (more than $ 23 trillion)

7 – Brazil (more than US $ 21 trillion) 7 – Brazil (more than US $ 21 trillion)

8 – Australia (more than $ 75 trillion) 8 – Australia (more than $ 75 trillion)

9 – Iraq (more than $ 14 trillion) 9 – Iraq (more than $ 14 trillion)

10 – Venezuela (more than $ 14 trillion). 10 – Venezuela (more than $ 14 trillion).

(Daesh) collapses financially in Mosul and its components are imposing taxes on the citizens of the 6 months ahead

 

 

Families who have been evacuated to camps in eastern Mosul

 

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Long-Presse / Nineveh

Revealed the British newspaper The Telegraph, on Friday, all stopped organizing Daesh pay elements salaries in Mosul because of the financial crisis related to his loss of control a lot of the oil sites, indicating that the organization begin to impose taxes and collect the wages of electricity in advance for the next six months, as indicated to the scarcity of food the west side of the city after its isolation from the east side, confirmed that the article “potato”, has become a key article of the citizens in the city for three meals a day.

The newspaper said in a report published and I followed (the long-Presse), said that “reported by residents in the city of Mosul, information, showed that the militants organize (Daesh) used to receive a monthly salary ranging up to $ 350 for each fighter is that they have not received their salaries for several weeks in a sign that the terrorist organization is suffering shortages of finance. “

And Rahjt telegraph, be “the financial distress caused by air strikes intensified on oil facilities, which was exploited by the organization in financing the same in both Iraq and Syria,” he said, adding that “the militants regulation took refuge in the style of smuggling families outside the city in exchange for bribes and taxes to get the money “.

She Telegraph, “The organization Daesh tried curbed money by requiring parents to pay wages of electricity and other attachments in advance for six months to come,” pointing at the same time, “the scarcity of food in a number of neighborhoods after cutting the eastern side of the city from the west side, a Mazbb the scarcity of supply and delivery of food to those areas. “

She Telegraph, that “the only food stuff that remained people subsisted on the west side of town is the potato, where Icommon boil for their breakfast and lunches and their dinner,” adding that “the organization (Daesh) still has plenty of food and supplies, but refuses to give civilians anything Of which”.

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Federal police controls at the headquarters of the “Soldiers of the Caliphate” in Mosul

 

Iraqi troops advancing to liberate Mosul

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01/06/2017 20:10
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Long-Presse / Nineveh

A security source in Nineveh province, on Friday, that the federal police forces gained control of the headquarters of the “Jund Alangmasien caliphate”, affiliated with al (Daesh) southeast of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad), as he emphasized to find bombing and suicide vests inside the headquarters equipment.

The source said in an interview with (long – Presse), that ” the federal police force, the band of five, today gained control of the headquarters of the so – called Jund al- Khilafah Alangmasien near Salam Hospital in the unit neighborhood southeast of Mosul.”

The source , who asked not to be named, said : ” The security forces also found a suicide vests and equipment bombing inside the headquarters.”

The security forces managed to free the majority of the left coast of the city of Mosul since the beginning of the battle “coming, Nineveh” in (17 October 2016)

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US military announces official killed in “Daesh”

 

Khandan- military US – led coalition said in a statement on Friday , the official in the organization , “Daesh” terrorist “Mahmoud al – Issawi” killed during the aerial bombardment of the Syrian city of Raqqa on December 31 last.

A statement issued by the US military in the Middle East, said al – Issawi was one of the terrorist elements in the infrastructure and media intelligence that “controls the flow of instructions and resources between areas controlled by the organization and its leaders , ” according to “AFP”.

The statement said al – Issawi is the sixteenth terrorist “important” that kill coalition forces in 2016 has been to locate in Raqqa after leaving Fallujah in Iraq.

” The death and the deaths of other leaders in the organization of theIslamic state were preparing terrorist attacks, resulted in the decline in the organization ‘s ability to launch attacks across the border and force him to focus on internal security.”

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The agenda of the visit of the Turkish prime minister to Iraq tomorrow

 

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announced , the Turkish minister, business visit of Turkish Prime Minister Ben Ali Yildirim agenda, on Saturday, to the capital , Baghdad, in a two – day visit, during which looking bilateral and regional issues.
The presidency said that Turkish Minister Yildirim “will be during his visit to Baghdad and Erbil, meetings dealing with the steps to be taken to establish regional stability and prosperity and lasting security in the region.”
She added , “will also discuss steps to enhance bilateral cooperation with regard to terrorist organizations that threaten both countries and organizations combating Bi Ka Ka] and Daesh, and Fethullah Gulen.”
And will include the visit, the third meeting of the high – level strategic cooperation between the two countries, headed by Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi from the Iraqi side and his counterpart Yıldırım held for the Turkish side.
The statement pointed out that Yildirim will hold meetings with Prime Algmehorh Fuad Masum, and Parliament Speaker Salim al – Jubouri, along with interviews with party officials, politicians and officials, will meet with opinion leaders and representatives of Turkmen as well. ”
In Erbil , the Turkish prime minister will meet with President of Kurdistan , Massoud Barzani, the head of Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, and will discuss with them the issue of combating terrorism, and economic issues.

Mosul battle: Iraqi troops ‘take key district’ from IS

 

Iraqi forces clash with IS in eastern Mosul (05/01/17)

Iraqi forces have made fresh progress in the battle against so-called Islamic State (IS) in Mosul, reportedly taking a key district in the city’s east.

Elite troops captured al-Muthana following night-time fighting, an army spokesman said, putting them in a position to take higher ground nearby.

It comes days after Iraqi forces began the second phase of a push to conquer the last major IS stronghold in Iraq.

About two-thirds of east Mosul has been retaken since October, officials say.

The army said its troops had raised the national flag after capturing al-Muthana.

Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) spokesman Sabah al-Numan told Reuters news agency soldiers had attacked by night for the first time, crossing a tributary of the River Tigris.

“We used special equipment and had the element of surprise – the enemy did not expect us to mount a night offensive because all previous offensives were during the day,” he said.

On Wednesday the commander of the US-led coalition against IS said Iraqi forces were gaining momentum in Mosul, in northern Iraq, after the campaign had almost ground to a halt by December in the face of fierce resistance by IS.

Lieutenant General Steve Townsend said this was partly due to improved co-ordination between Iraqi commanders from various pro-government forces involved in the operation.

It also coincides with a sharp increase in the number of military advisers from the US and other coalition countries helping with the battle.

Map of control

The offensive to recapture the city of Mosul was launched on 17 October, more than two years after jihadists overran the city before seizing control of much of northern and western Iraq.

Iraqi security forces, Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, Sunni Arab tribesmen and Shia militiamen, assisted by US-led coalition warplanes and military advisers, have been involved in the fight.

More than 100,000 people have fled their homes in and around Mosul and UN officials are warning that this figure is likely to rise as pro-government forces press further into the city.

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