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  1. The House of Representatives gives confidence to Suha Khalil, Minister of Education Political | 04:51 - 10/10/2019 The House of Representatives gives confidence to Suha Khalil, Minister of Education
  2. The House of Representatives votes to accept the resignation of the Minister of Health Date: 2019/10/10 16:50 • 18 times read
  3. Urgent vote on Education Minister Suha Khalil Date: 2019/10/10 16:49 • 19 times read
  4. Urgent blocs accuse Halbousi and political forces of exploiting the atmosphere of protests to pass candidates in the amendment Date: 2019/10/10 16:48 • 37 times read Urgent correspondent Euphrates: deputies departed from the meeting to protest the presentation of the names of candidates Date: 2019/10/10 16:49 • 25 times read
  5. Urgent arguments and exchanges of accusations within the parliament session because of the candidates and their dependence Date: 2019/10/10 16:47 • 12 times read
  6. Parliament holds its session under the chairmanship of Halbusi Political | 04:29 - 10/10/2019 Baghdad - Mawazine News The Council of Representatives, on Thursday, its regular session chaired by Mohammed Halbousi. "The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohammed Halbousi, opened today, the ninth session of the fourth parliamentary session of the second legislative year of the first legislative term," the council's media department said in a statement received. The agenda of the session included the dismissal of three ministers in the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi
  7. OPEC Secretary General: Strong decisions before 2020 Date: 2019/10/10 15:59 • 83 times read OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Barkindo said today that the Organization and its allies involved in the agreement to reduce oil supplies will make "strong" decisions during a meeting in December to ensure the stability of the market in 2020. "The conference will take appropriate, strong and positive decisions that will put us on the path to great and sustainable stability for 2020," Barkindo told reporters. Asked about a possible deeper cut in oil supplies, the secretary-general told OPEC that "all options are open." Saudi Arabia, OPEC's biggest oil producer, said its oil production in September fell 660,000 barrels per day from August to 9.13 million bpd, following an attack on two oil facilities in the kingdom.
  8. Mawazine publishes the names of candidates for the ministerial amendment Political | 04:29 - 10/10/2019 BAGHDAD - Mawazine News revealed a parliamentary source, on Thursday, the names of candidates for the ministerial amendment, which the House of Representatives intends to vote on. "The candidates for the ministerial reshuffle are Hattan al-Jubouri, minister of industry, Jaafar Allawi, minister of health, and Suha al-Beb, minister of education," the source told Mawazine News. He added, "Amir al-Bayati has also been nominated as Minister of Communications and Hana Emmanuel as Minister of Immigration and Displaced."
  9. Urgent Start the session of the House of Representatives headed by Halbusi Release date:: 2019/10/10 16:31 • 33 times read
  10. Urgent source reveals the names of candidates for the ministerial amendment received by Parliament Date: Edit: 2019/10/10 16:27 • 224 times read (Baghdad: Euphrates News) A parliamentary source, on Thursday, the names of the reshuffle received by the parliament to vote in today's meeting. The source told Al-Furat News that "the names received by the parliament for the ministerial reshuffle are: Qahtan Al-Jubouri Minister of Industry Jaafar Allawi Minister of Health Suha Al-Beb Minister of Education Amir Al-Bayati Minister of Communications Hana Emmanuel Minister of Immigration." is over
  11. Urgent Kharbit: Union of powers refuses to vote on the candidates of health, industry, communications and immigration Date: 2019/10/10 16:26 • 104 times read
  12. Deputies receive the resumes of candidates for the reshuffle Political | 03:43 - 10/10/2019 BAGHDAD - Mawazine News , a parliamentary source said on Thursday, members of the House of Representatives received the curricula vitae of candidates for the reshuffle. The source said in an interview with / Mawazine News /, "The members of the House of Representatives received shortly before the resumes of the reshuffle promised by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi." A parliamentary source revealed that the parliament session was postponed until 4 pm, indicating that the agenda of the session includes the dismissal of three ministers in the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
  13. Urgent Abdul Mahdi arrives in parliament Date: 2019/10/10 16:10 • 134 times read The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, arrived at the House of Representatives. Abdul-Mahdi is expected to put forward the names of candidates in the reshuffle and include five ministries (health, education, industry, migration and communications).
  14. Parliament's agenda includes two important points Date: 2019/10/10 16:07 • 102 times read {Baghdad: Euphrates News} The agenda of the House of Representatives, which will be held shortly after two important points. A parliamentary source told (Euphrates News) that "the agenda includes a vote on the completion of the government formation and the reshuffle, and also includes the presentation of the report of the service committee on the demands of the demonstrators." is over
  15. Urgent The entry of deputies to the parliament hall in preparation for the meeting Date: 2019/10/10 16:04 • 65 times read
  16. To vote on the candidates of the ministries of health and education .. Abdul Mahdi up the House of Representatives Political | 03:38 - 10/10/2019 BAGHDAD - Mawazine News Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, on Thursday, to the House of Representatives to attend today's meeting. A parliamentary source said in an interview with (Mawazine News) that "Abdul-Mahdi arrived in the House of Representatives in order to attend the session of parliament on Thursday." He added, "The session is scheduled to be held at 4 pm and will include a vote on the candidates of the ministries of Education and Health."
  17. OPEC oil production fell 1.3 million barrels in September 10 October 2019 03:26 PM From: Sally Ismail Mubasher: OPEC output fell by more than 1.3 million barrels per day last month, led by a sharp drop in Saudi supplies. The OPEC monthly report released on Thursday revealed that the production of the 15 member countries reached 28.491 million barrels per day in September, compared with 29.809 million barrels per day in the previous month. The sharp drop in OPEC oil production last month was led by a decline in Saudi crude supplies by about 1.28 million barrels per day to 8.564 million barrels per day. Saudi Arabia was attacked by drones on oil facilities, cutting the kingdom's production capacity sharply, before announcing a major part of the supply. Production in Venezuela, Iraq, Iran, Nigeria and Gabon also declined in September, albeit at a limited pace. Meanwhile, Libya recorded the largest increase in oil production by increasing its supplies by 104 thousand barrels per day to reach 1.164 million barrels per day in the comparative month. By 12:03 pm GMT, Brent crude futures for December delivery rose 0.6 percent to $ 58.69 a barrel. Nymex crude for November delivery rose 0.7 percent to $ 52.94 a barrel.
  18. Deputy: If parliament did not dismiss the government is involved in the crime of covering up the killers of the Iraqi people Date: 2019/10/10 15:42 • 16 read times BAGHDAD (AFP) - MP Ahmed al-Jubouri, said Thursday, that the parliament if he did not dismiss the government is involved in the crime of covering up the killers of Iraqi youths. "The ministerial reshuffle and the completion of the government, which has not yet been completed, is equivalent to the personalities and parliamentary blocs that stood with the government in covering up the massacre of demonstrators and the continuation of the quota," al-Jubouri said in a statement received. "If parliament does not dismiss the government and hold it accountable, it is involved in the crime of covering up the killers of the Iraqi people."
  19. Urgent Resume of the reshuffle candidates to the parliament Date: 2019/10/10 15:38 • 95 times read
  20. Bahhaa Good morning Ms.C. You really believe those polls? The same polls that had Crooked Hillarious winning the 2016 Presidency by 98%. I hate to break the news but when 2020 roll's around Trump will be reelected and win not by a Landslide again, but a margin that never been witness in any Presidential Election...
  21. Trump threatens 'far more than sanctions’ against Turkey after it invades Syria in the wake of his U.S. troop withdrawal By DAVE GOLDINER and CHRIS SOMMERFELDT NEW YORK DAILY NEWS | OCT 09, 2019 | 6:24 PM People wave as Turkish soldiers prepare to cross the border into Syria on Wednesday. (Burak Kara/Getty Images) Turkey launched a military assault against U.S.-allied Kurdish forces in Syria on Wednesday after President Trump cleared the way by pulling American troops out of the region — a move that prompted bipartisan outrage on Capitol Hill. But, as Turkish ground troops began invading the Kurdish-controlled territories Wednesday afternoon after a volley of airstrikes, Trump sent mixed signals and threatened to impose “far more than sanctions” on Turkey if it doesn’t handle the volatile situation in a “humane way." “I’ve already told that to President Erdoğan: far more than sanctions. I’ll do far more than sanctions,” Trump said during an unrelated event at the White House, referring to Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. “I will tell you that I do agree on sanctions, but I think much tougher, if he does not do it in a humane way.” The president did not explain what “far more than sanctions” meant or what a “humane” Turkish invasion of Syria would look like. “We’re going to have to define that as we go along,” he said. Erdoğan wants to claim northern parts of Syria to create a “safe zone” where he can host millions of Syrian refugees who fled into Turkey after civil war broke out in the war-torn country eight years ago. The authoritarian Turkish leader considers the U.S.-allied Kurds currently controlling that region to be terrorists and have made clear he aims to target them in his military campaign. While Trump played loose on the details, some of his most steadfast allies in Congress broke their rigid loyalty and pledged to punish Turkey for its attack on the Kurds, longtime U.S. allies that have been credited with rooting out ISIS from Syria. “America is better than this. Please stand up to Turkey, Mr. President,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) tweeted at Trump after announcing a package of “severe” punitive sanctions on Turkey co-introduced with Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.). Graham, typically one of Trump’s most prominent congressional boosters, added, “While the administration refuses to act against Turkey, I expect strong bipartisan support.” As political tensions brewed in the U.S. capital, bloodshed began in Syria. RELATED GALLERY (Burak Kara/Getty Images) 1 / 14 Turkey launches military assault on Syria At least seven civilians and one member of the U.S.-backed Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces had been killed in Turkish airstrikes as of late Wednesday, according to monitoring groups. Thousands of civilians, meanwhile, were fleeing the area on foot as Turkish forces approached. It’s unknown if the chaos would prompt Trump to retaliate against Erdoğan. The White House did not respond to a call seeking comment. Trump ordered the withdrawal of U.S. forces from northern Syria on Sunday after a phone call with Erdoğan. The American troops had served as a safeguard against Turkish aggression and as protection for the Kurdish forces in the area. Trump says he campaigned on ending U.S. military involvement overseas and that this week’s abrupt troop withdrawal comports with that message. “We’re getting out of the endless wars, have to do it,” Trump said at the White House. But military and national security experts on both sides of the aisle say the troop draw-down could cause a reemergence of ISIS, as Kurds may have to start fighting Turkey in the north instead of guarding areas that were previously controlled by the Islamic extremists. “There is still time to reverse this decision and avoid this foreign policy blunder,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas), a former Navy SEAL and veteran of the war in Afghanistan, tweeted at Trump.
  22. Trump threatens to wipe out Turkey's economy 10 October 2019 11:16 AM Direct: US President Donald Trump once again threatened to wipe out Turkey 's economy has been eliminated if the Kurds, while members of Congress have prepared sanctions imposed on Ankara because of its incursion in Syria. The US president said in comments to the press on Wednesday, it could erase Turkey's economy once it eliminates the Kurds in northern Syria. Turkey began yesterday a military operation in northern Syria to eliminate the terrorist corridor in the border and bring peace and tranquility, according to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. This was not the first time that the US president has threatened to destroy Turkey's economy , where he previously wrote on Twitter that he pledges to destroy Turkey's economy if it exceeds the limits allowed. Trump made clear in his comments yesterday that he had done this before, referring to the case of Rev. Bronson, but expressed the hope that Erdogan will act in a rational manner. Turkey's intervention in Syria comes after Trump was given the green light to carry out the military operation by withdrawing US troops from the region. "If the Kurds and Turkey lose control, the United States has already transferred two ISIS fighters linked to beheadings in Syria out of the country and into a safe place controlled by the United States," Trump wrote in a tweet yesterday on his Twitter account. But in return, the US Congress prepared sanctions in preparation for the imposition of Turkey on the launch of a military operation in northeastern Syria, known as the "spring of peace." Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen presented a blueprint for mandatory sanctions for unilateral intervention by Turkey in Syria. Graham published the terms of his agreement with Holin, noting that these sanctions would be immediate and would have far-reaching consequences for Erdogan and his army. The Republican senator wrote in another tweet that the majority of members of Congress believe it would be wrong to abandon the Kurds, who were strong allies of the United States against ISIS. But it is not yet clear whether the legislation has been passed. By 8:11 am GMT, the Turkish currency settled against the US dollar at 5.8704 pounds.
  23. Abdul Mahdi receives a list of six candidates for the post of Ministry of Education Political | 02:53 - 10/10/2019 BAGHDAD - Mawazine News , the deputy parliamentary education committee Raad al-Maksousi, on Thursday, the nomination of six personalities to the portfolio of the Ministry of Education and submitted to the Prime Minister. Maksousi said, "The Prime Minister has already hosted the Education Committee, indicating that, the Committee submitted 6 names of independent candidates for this post." He added that "a committee was formed from the deputies of the province of Nineveh to consider these nominations after the requirement that the next minister from the province and female in particular." Al-Maksousi pointed out that "the committee hopes to choose one of the names that it has submitted to the prime minister for the post of minister of education, which will facilitate the passage of the vote within the dome of parliament."
  24. 10-10-2019 03:13 PM Abdul Mahdi arrives in parliament Baghdad / News Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has just arrived at the House of Representatives. A parliamentary source told the "news", that "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, arrived just before the headquarters of the House of Representatives in order to attend the session of Parliament on Thursday." He explained that "the meeting will be held at four in the evening and hopes to vote on the dismissal of three ministers, including the ministers of communications and agriculture, while voting will be on the candidates of the ministries of Education and Health."
  25. Euphrates correspondent: Abdul-Mahdi will attend the House of Representatives to submit the reshuffle Date: 2019/10/10 14:53 • 139 times read
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