quarta-feira, 18 de junho de 2014

Iraq: Jihadis already control refinery 3/4 Badji

The jihadists of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant already control three quarters of the Baidji oil refinery, where some of the tanks are on fire.

The Iraqi soldiers tried unsuccessfully to tackle the insurgents, but the fighting progressed, the middle of the day, this refinery located 200 miles of Baghdad and near the city of Tikrit, one of the several already controlled by the Sunnis of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

"What this country and the bloody events that is suffering and that endanger the security and stability, and are aimed at undermining the unity and national cohesion are is the inevitable consequence of chronic problem that affects the political process, and that is the disrespect of the Constitution," said the President, Nouri Al-Maliki.

In fact, it's the chaos in Iraq of Al-Maliki, where foreigners who are in the country, increasingly fear the kidnappings.

This Wednesday, for example, it was announced the kidnapping of 40 Indian workers in the North of the country. Join the about 80 Turks also kidnapped.

Doctors without borders, for their part, complain the bombing of one of its clinics in Tikrit.

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