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News Summar May 2, 2010

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News Summar May 2, 2010

Post  Shilo on Mon May 03, 2010 7:59 am

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Following is a summary of news reports posted until 04:00 p.m. Baghdad local time Sunday – May 2:


ARBIL - Kurdistan’s Prime Minister (PM) Barham Salih and Iraqi Vice President Adil Abdilmahdi discussed methods to form the new federal government.


NINEWA - One person was killed and 90 others were wounded in a dual bombing on Sunday that targeted a bus of Mosul University Christian students in the eastern part of the city.

DIALA - Police forces seized an arms cache belonging to Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) organization southwest of Baaquba city.

KIRKUK - A police captain survived an assassination attempt on Sunday in southern Kirkuk city.

SALAH AL-DIN - A police officer survived an assassination attempt on Sunday when a sticky bomb attached to his car went off in an area north of Tikrit city.

WASSIT - Police forces on Sunday released two local officials who were arrested more than two weeks ago in Wassit province.

BASRA - Police forces arrested seven wanted men and suspects in raid operations on Sunday throughout Basra province.

BAGHDAD - Authorities in the United Kingdom have decided to keep the chief executive of Iraqi Airway Company, Kifah Hassan, in detention in Britain until Wednesday (May 5, 2010).


DIALA - The corner stone has been placed on Sunday to construct a new dam in Diala province that will store rain water in the province.

BAGHDAD - The Central Bank of Iraq’s (CBI) dollar sales went down to reach $127.650 million in its daily auction on Sunday, compared to $141.795 in the previous session.

BAGHDAD - The France-based firm CMA will operate part of the Umm Qasr Port in southern Iraq, Basra province, according to a contract with the Iraqi Transport Ministry.

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