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  • James's Avatar
    Today, 09:12 AM
    James replied to a thread reset password 2019 in Warka Bank News
    You can reset your password once into the account. You will get a new expiration date. I feel regardless if you change it yourself ( trying to extend your shelf life) at some point you will get locked out and are forced to request a new pin number. Either way I usually sent a new pin request about a month before my should expire. Right now I'm good until 16/6/2020 ( or so they say)
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  • haggisbasher's Avatar
    Today, 05:44 AM
    that's GOOD news Al Warka is still alive I think I will try renew password while I can still log into my account,give it a try.
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    Today, 01:36 AM
    Run Media City – the power of words can change lives in IraqOn the 27th June 2019, Hussein Al-alak and Tracy Hollowood are taking part on the Run Media City 5K, to aid the ongoing work of the AMAR Foundation in Iraq. This is the second time Hussein and Tracy have taken part on the 5K, around Salford’s Media City, and they are inviting you to support the AMAR Foundation. Your support will assist AMAR’s efforts in health, education and much more! You can also help by introducing your friends, to the many incredible changes, which the AMAR Foundation are making across Iraq. One positive change AMAR has made, is the School for Orphans which the Foundation built in Basra in 2016. Up to 30% of the school’s children have lost both parents, the school has modern facilities and it provides a broad curriculum, so children get the best start in life. You can sponsor Hussein and Tracy – by donating £8.99 to the AMAR Foundation – which is the equivalent of one copy of On the Road, by US author Jack Kerouac. As Iraqi’s are known for their love of great literature, you could also use John Steinbeck’s words to inspire Iraq’s future generations. By donating the cost of your favourite book, you will be helping the AMAR Foundation to provide a high standard of education, to children and young people across Iraq. (Source: Iraq Solidarity News) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 01:36 AM
    By John Lee. Oil services firm TechnipFMC (TFMC) has agreed to pay $296 million to resolve allegations that the company paid bribes in Brazil and Iraq. TFMC is the product of a 2017 merger between two predecessor companies, Technip S.A. and FMC Technologies, Inc.. The admissions and court documents establish that beginning by at least 2008 and continuing until at least 2013, FMC conspired to violate the US’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by paying bribes to at least seven government officials in Iraq, including officials at the Ministry of Oil, the South Oil Company (SOC) and the Missan Oil Company (MOC), through a Monaco-based intermediary company in order to win secure improper business advantages and to influence those foreign officials to obtain and retain business for FMC Technologies in Iraq. (Source: US Justice Dept) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 01:36 AM
    By John Lee. Iraq’s Ministry of Oil has announced final oil exports for May of 110,737,293 barrels, giving an average for the month of 3.572 million barrels per day (bpd), up from the 3.466 million bpd exported in April. These exports from the oilfields in central and southern Iraq amounted to 106,675,881 barrels, while exports from Kirkuk amounted to 3,166,261 barrels, and from Qayara 895,151 barrels. Revenues for the month were $7.330 billion at an average price of $66.190 per barrel. April export figures can be found here. (Source: Ministry of Oil) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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