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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Sunday 9-10-17
DinarResearcher: Abadi accuses al-Maliki of plotting the country ???
DinarResearcher: 10/09/2017: In his weekly press conference held on 6/9/2017, Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi addressed a number of issues, the most important of which was the liberation of Tal Afar from the grip of terrorist elements.
One of the most important things that Abadi took in his speech was the standard time for the liberation of the city, with the enemy causing great losses, which he described as "massive destruction."
DinarResearcher: Mr. Al-Abbadi, through his speech at this press conference, sent three important messages to six different parties. The first message is that the Iraqi army and its allied forces have achieved a rapid military victory and have struck at gangs that have supported the Iraqi political will and decision.
Don961: Iraqi Depository Center: Foreigners own 1.3 trillion dinars of the capital of 33 private Iraqi banks
September 10, 2017
The Iraqi Depository Center announced that the capital of 33 private banks amounts to 8 trillion dinars, indicating that the share of foreigners amounts to 1.3 trillion dinars of the capital of these banks.
The Iraqi Depository Center, in a report published by the Iraqi market for securities, said that "33 banks listed in the Iraqi market for securities amounted to 8 trillion dinars," adding that "the deposited capital of 6.8 trillion dinars."
He added that "the Iraqis own the capital of these banks 5.7 trillion dinars while the share of foreigners 1.3 trillion dinars," noting that
"the credit bank of Iraq has foreigners in it 227.6 billion dinars out of 250 billion dinars, followed by the Commercial Bank of Iraq, which has foreigners In which 214 billion dinars. "
He pointed out that
"the number of shareholders deposited in these banks amounted to 28325 people, including 24325 Iraqis and 4034 foreigners."
JesusLovesBseball: Trump calls top officials in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar
09/09/2017 | LOC09:36 06:36 GMT | World News
US President Donald Trump
WASHINGTON, Sept 9 (KUNA) -- US President Donald Trump spoke separately with Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates, and the Amir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, the White House announced Friday.
The White House said in a statement that Trump "underscored that unity among the United States' Arab partners is essential to promoting regional stability and countering the threat of Iran." "The President also emphasized that all countries must follow through on commitments from the Riyadh Summit to defeat terrorism, cut off funding for terrorist groups, and combat extremist ideology," the statement concluded.