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  2. not sure i understand. does this mean if i had rials i would have made some gains?
  3. maybe the kurds should be running things. the country would be further ahead. maybe there is jealousy of the kurds why they are given such a hard time by baghdad.
  4. it has been said that there is a 2018 budget surplus, it seems that if that is the case, this year would be the time to revalue
  5. oh boy. he wants a new ministry and of course he will want to head it that he can continue stealing from his people
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    i have had mine for quite a while so they are not newly issued. i hope that does not mean that they are worthless.
  7. since so many believe in 'signs', its a pity they didnt use the blood moon as an omen. that would have been welcomed by my empty pockets.
  8. it would be nice if the inclusion week were to begin with the rv
  9. oh how i wish this were true. i would love it if it were even a third of that.
  10. As Iraqi forces continue their battle against ISIS in Mosul, there's another problem lurking just 25 miles away from the embattled city: the Mosul Dam, a structure the US Army Corps of Engineers has called the "most dangerous dam in the world," per a piece by Dexter Filkins in the January 2 New Yorker. It's not the dam itself that has both American and Iraqi officials worried: It's that the structure is built on void-prone gypsum rock, which needs constant cement injections; without that fortification, the ground underneath the dam will be whisked away and the dam will sink and crumble. When the dam was being built, experts assured then-leader Saddam Hussein the gypsum problem could be managed, and the Mosul Dam was completed in the mid-'80s—but structural problems were immediately evident. After the US invasion in 2003, Americans tried to spur the Iraqis to further fortify the dam, but they were (and still are) met with runaround. "The Americans are exaggerating," the dam's director scoffs. "This dam is not going to collapse. Everything is going to be fine." Most of the dam's workers fled when ISIS took over the dam and the Mosul grout plant in 2014, and even though Kurdish forces retook the dam, grouting stopped for anywhere from three weeks to 18 months, based on conflicting stories. Now there's the extra pressure that will likely be put on the retaining wall as winter snow melts in the spring. And if the dam does break down? There could be a "catastrophe of Biblical proportions" in the form of an enormous wave towering up to 100 feet above the Tigris River and sweeping up all within a hundred miles. It would submerge much of Mosul, which would be hard to evacuate due to its ISIS stranglehold. Baghdad would also feel the effects within days from a 16-foot-high wave slamming into it. And the entire country would likely be left without power and see most of its wheat fields flooded. Total death toll: up to a million and a half people. "It's a nuclear bomb with an unpredictable fuse," an Iraqi-American civil engineer says. Read more of Filkins' piece on this looming disaster at the New Yorker. ..... i hope my dinar will not drown
  11. Twilight News Thursday, 15 December 2016 Twilight News CBI / announced on Thursday that he does not intend to change the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar. He denied the bank said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, the imposition of fees or taxes on the sale price of the dollar. The statement said that "the rise in oil prices will enable the Bank to inject greater than the dollar amounts to the market
  12. in google chrome when i open the link, top right i click on 'translate'
  13.البنك-المركزي-العراقي--لا-ننوي-تغيير-سعر-الصرف-للدينار-مقابل-الدولار hello everyone, do you think this is a lot of smoke and that they are planning to 'rv' the dinar very soon?
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