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  • Mo Dinar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:30 PM
    Me thinks it is more of a anti-counterfeiting effort in case someone decides to 'screen print' with a color printer and pass them off!
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  • crazyfrank's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:06 PM
    well something or somebody obviously pushed them into making these sudden updates/improvements, and its quite possible it may have something to do with that ISO 9000 certificate you posted yesterday.
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  • Brazileiro's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:01 PM
    DONE! I managed to get the cert9.db file from my ff profile on my old laptop, copied it to my new ff profile and it created the exception. Good to go on FF again :)
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  • Brazileiro's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:04 PM
    hey cf, I was able to create the "exception" in Edge but not in FireFox. Worked in chrome on old pc too but I haven't downloaded chrome on the new pc. I am trying to copy my old ff profile to my one drive and if that works I'll download it to my new pc and see if that does the trick,,,
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  • crazyfrank's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:35 PM
    you might try "incognito" mode............. open google chrome type CTRL+SHIFT+N try to go to website again then in incognito mode
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    Yesterday, 03:20 PM
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:23 AM
    By John Lee. During his official visit to Turkey, Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi has underscored the importance of cooperation between Iraq and all neighbouring countries for the peace and security of the people of the region. His statement can be viewed here: (Source: Govt of Iraq) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 04:23 AM
    Defeat-ISIS Forces Make Progress, Require Continued Coalition SupportForces battling the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria continue to make progress. However, the environment in Iraq and Syria is complex and the defeat-ISIS forces require continued support, coalition officials said today. Army Col. Sean Ryan, the spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, spoke to Pentagon reporters about progress being made against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. He spoke via satellite from Baghdad. “In Iraq, operations continue to secure areas across the country, as Iraq security forces locate, identify and destroying ISIS remnants,” Ryan said. “Last week alone, … operations across Iraq have resulted in the arrest of more than 50 suspected terrorists and the removal of 500 pounds of improvised explosive devices.” Progress in Iraq’s Anbar Province Iraqi forces are moving in Anbar province, in the Hamrin Mountains and Samarra. Reconstruction efforts are ongoing with roads reopening in the north. Iraqi engineers “cleaned the main road between Salahuddin and Samarra of IEDs, making travel safer between the two cities,” he said. In the Baghdad area, the ISF established central service coordination cells, a program designed to use military resources to enable local communities to restore basic infrastructure and services. “Initial efforts by the coordination cells include trash collection, road openings, maintenance of water facilities,” Ryan said. Syrian Democratic Forces are preparing for the final assault on ISIS in the Middle Euphrates River Valley. The SDF is reinforcing checkpoints and refining blocking positions ahead of clearance operations in Hajin, Ryan said. Military Operations, Reconstruction in Syria In Syria, too, reconstruction efforts go hand in hand with military operations. “In Raqqa, the internal security forces have destroyed more than 30 caches containing 500 pounds of explosives discovered during the clearance operations in the past weeks,” the colonel said. ISIS remains a concern in both countries, the colonel said. “Make no mistake: The coalition is not talking victory or taking our foot off the gas in working with our partners,” he said. Defeating ISIS, he said, will require a long-term effort. “We cannot emphasize enough that the threat of losing the gains we have made is real, especially if we are not able to give the people a viable alternative to the ISIS problem,” Ryan said. “We continue to call on the international community to step up and ensure that conditions that gave rise to ISIS no longer exist in both Syria and Iraq.” (Source: US Dept of Defense) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:23 AM
    Third Deloitte report on Oil and Gas Review in the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, with newly added disclosures on local sales – Q1 of 2018New verified data on the Kurdistan Region’s oil exports, consumption and revenues have been published, covering the period from 1 January 2018 to 31 March 2018, after a review of the sector by the international “Big 4” audit and consulting firm, Deloitte. As promised in the last press release with the issuance of the second report in August 2018, apart from enhanced disclosures on the cash flow reconciliation and disaggregate monthly prices realised during the period; a new section on local sales has been included, identifying crude oil sold locally and average price realised. The Regional Council of Oil and Gas Affairs will continue working to enhance the reporting disclosure based on the feedback received from stakeholders. The Regional Council for Oil and Gas Affairs acknowledges the positive feedback received from stakeholders, including the international community, and reiterates its commitment to the people of Kurdistan that the two international audit firms, Deloitte and Ernst & Young, will continue to independently review the oil and gas sector, inclusive of all the streams. The Regional Council of Oil and Gas Affairs expects the release of the fourth report covering oil exports, consumption and revenues for second quarter of 2018 (1 April to 30 June) in the near future. Deloitte’s report for the first three months of 2018 is accessible through this link (PDF), in Kurdish, Arabic and English. Frequently asked questions handbook (PDF) in Kurdish, Arabic and English to help readers better understand different sections of the report. (Source: KRG) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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