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At least 16 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a series of bomb attacks on police in Iraq's northern oil city of Kirkuk. A police patrol was targeted in the first blast in the city centre at about 0730 (0330 GMT), leaving at least 10 dead, a police official said. About half an hour later, a suspected suicide car bomber tried to ram the main police headquarters, killing five. The offices of President Talabani's Kurdish party were also targeted. In another attack, a district police ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
The Presidents of the Higher Islamic Revolution Council and as-Sader Trend have discussed the last developments in the country and means of upgrading that state’s establishments all over Iraq. During a meeting at al-Mehrab Martyr Bureau, Abdul Aziz al-Hakeem and Moqtada as-Sadar, in holy al-Najaf city discussed several ideas to humiliate obstacles which hinder the living standard of the population in various life domains ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
One of the Iraqi researchers had gained the honorary membership of the Federal Russian Academy for data technician. A statement issued from information department at the Ministry of Science and Technology, as-Sabah gained a copy of it, which the researcher had participated as a representative for Iraq for the ministry in the proceedings of the 58th International Conference on occasion of passing 20 years on Shernpel disaster and its effects against Belarus country and people ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
The biggest security plan will start tomorrow in Baghdad and will be fulfilled by four divisions.Officers of defense and interior ministries emphasized the necessity of citizens cooperation since this plan aims to provide security, although it my causes some troubles to them. Prime minister said that security in Iraq starts from Baghdad, while analysts said that Maliki plan aims to drag terrorists and surround them and attack them through similar plans which he hinted to in some of the provinces.Sources sa ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
General Qais al-Ma'morri Babylon province's police director emphasized that the province considered as a safety provinces measuring to the terror challenge sizes faced currently in time terror actions raised over up to Hilla city center. Ma'amorri praised citizen's support in uncovering many terrorist nets & untied their shaping, pointed that the residents in the province realized the real danger of the terror and the bad resulted of uncovering their nets, so they were so helpful with the police forces. On ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
Higher Education Ministry has allocated over six billion Dinars for reconstruction of the Nahrain University in the light of reconstruction drive by the ministry for all universities, head of the university Dr. Adnan al-Janabi said. He added that one of the phases is establishing a college for technical information which is the first college in the country.He elaborated that rebuilding hostels for students were part of the plan ... full story
Source : KUNA
Iranian top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani reiterated Monday Tehran's rejection to stop uranium enrichment. Larijani, who is the secretary general of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), told a news conference Iran would not accept conditional negotiations over its nuclear program. The Iranian government 'insists on its position over uranium enrichment,' said Larijani. But he said Iran would remain 'open' over negotiations that should be 'constructive and reasonable without any previous c ... full story
Source : KUNA
Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League (AL) Ahmad Bin Hilli announced Monday that the Iraqi national dialogue conference will take place on August. The announcement came during a joint conference with Iraqi deputy foreign minister Lubaid Abawi. Bin Hilli had discussed this matter with the Iraqi leadership and said that a preparatory committee for the national conference will be established on July 22. The AL official said that the current schedule was chosen to give a chance for Iraq's poli ... full story
Source : CNN
Palestinian security forces were on high alert Monday after Palestinian Authority and Hamas security forces clashed in Rafah, resulting in two deaths. Hamas forces also fired shots at a government building in Rafah. In response, Fatah supporters set fire to a building used by the Hamas-led government in Ramallah. That fire was later brought under control. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas put the forces on high alert and deployed security forces around ministries in Ramallah to protect ... full story
Source : bbc
The new leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq will be 'brought to justice', US President George W Bush has pledged. Abu Hamza al-Mujahir was named as the successor to Abu Musub al-Zarqawi, killed in a US air strike last week. Speaking during two days of talks with key advisers over future US strategy in Iraq, Mr Bush was quick to insist that Mujahir would be 'on our list'. A website confirming Mujahir's role described him as 'knowledgeable', with a history of fighting a holy war. Mr Bush described Zarq ... full story
Source : bbc
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has placed his security forces on high alert after deadly factional violence in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Mr Abbas ordered troops to take control after gunmen loyal to his Fatah group set fire to Hamas offices in Ramallah. Violence flared after earlier clashes in Gaza, where two people were killed. The Palestinian Authority has been dogged by a power struggle since Hamas won elections in January, ousting Fatah from government. Senior Palestinian negot ... full story
Source : MENAFN
The World Bank approved a grant agreement with the Iraqi Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of the Republic of Iraq to help strengthen the country's capacity to reform social safety net and pensions programs to better assist poor and vulnerable populations, Relief Web reported. A multi-donor Iraq Trust Fund administered by the World Bank will finance the $8 million Emergency Social Protection Project. The project addresses the urgent need to improve Iraq's social safety net and pension programs. Ir ... full story
Source : MENAFN
Georgian Economy Minister has traveled to Turkey to take part in the Iraq International Fair - Expo Gateway to Iraq 2006 - which is being held in the city of Gaziantep from 7-11 June, civil.ge reported. The Georgian Economy Ministry will meet the Turkish Minister of State in charge of Foreign Trade, on the sidelines of the fair to discuss the details of Georgia's participation in Iraq's economic projects. The issue of exporting Georgian water to Iraq might be also discussed, according to the Economy ... full story
Source : MENAFN
US political officials have urged Arab nations to use profits from high oil prices to help rebuild Iraq, Bahrain Tribune reported. Arab nations should also cancel $40 billion of previous debts owed by Baghdad, officials added. Gulf Arab states are owed $40 billion by Iraq and the US has provoked them to follow the lead of the group of 19 wealthy nations known as the Paris Club who decided in November 2004 to write off 80 percent of debts owed to them over the next four years. ... full story
Source : MENAFN
The Baghdad Governorate Council is providing unemployed people in Baghdad with more jobs, according to the Chairman of the council, Portal Iraq reported. The chairman revealed that the council is about to initiate 30 projects in the industrial, agricultural and oil sectors. The management of the projects will be done by foreign companies, which will be required to sub-contract Iraqi companies that will be using Iraqi workers. ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
The European Union has expressed its readiness to support Iraq Financially and morally, expressing its happiness for the political developments following the creation of the new Iraqi government. A press statement issued from the press department at the Iraqi foreign ministry said that the foreign affairs commiserate at the European Union has indicated that the Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshiar Zabari who visiting now the headquarters of the union in the Luxembourg said that $200 millions allocated for Iraq w ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
Ministry of water resources has allocated the sum of 88 pillion diners to carry out its special project of refreshing marshes which will be done in three provinces this year within the budget of 225 pillion diners which were allocated by cabinet to 6 ministries ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
General state for manufacturing grains Thiqar branch started supplying the flour agents with the flour for June before the appointed time for the third month successively achieving advanced in ensuring flour for the residents. Director of the general state company said that,. the private mills amounted 8 mills added to governmental Summer mill could ensuring the province share of flour amounted .18 000 ton in a specific time every month ... full story
Source : Al-Sabah
Engineering & technical stuff following to housing & reconstructions ministry has carried out advanced rates for specific several roads & bridges projects in different districts in the state. A source at the ministry said that, the engineering & technical stuff achieved advanced rates in carrying out roads & bridges projects in Baghdad & Mosul, Duhok contained maintenance process for Mosul- Dihook road reached at 87% of the achieving levels & carrying out 86% from the road working led to Hamdaniya fields ... full story
Source : Reuters
Yahoo Inc., the world's largest provider of e-mail services, said on Monday that a software virus aimed at Yahoo Mail users had infected 'a very small fraction' of its base of more than 200 million accounts. The e-mail virus, or worm, has been dubbed Yamanner and landed in Yahoo mailboxes bearing the headline 'New Graphic Site.' Once opened, the message infects the computer and spreads to other users listed in Yahoo users' e-mail address books, security experts said. The e-mail containing the virus ne ... full story
Source : bbc
A business blogger who changed the wider world view of Microsoft is leaving the software giant for a Silicon Valley start-up. Robert Scoble's blog about his life and events inside and outside Microsoft became the unofficial corporate voice of the company. Many turned to his blog to find out how the firm reacted to big news events. His blog won praise for its neutrality and readiness to point out Microsoft's mistakes or praise its rivals. Mr Scoble's blog, called Scobleizer, is widely seen as ... full story
Source : bbc
One of the biggest security updates for more than a year is due to released by Microsoft to fix 12 software flaws. Nine of the updates apply to the Windows operating system and one is deemed critical, a rating reserved for the most serious security problems. At least one of the loopholes being patched is already being actively exploited by malicious hackers. Windows users are being urged to download the patches as soon as they become available on Tuesday 13 June. Microsoft issues its securit ... full story


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