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02-21-2014, 08:33 PM
Baghdad: fears of armed takeover of funds banks in Fallujah (http://8th-day.com/archives/35073)

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Agency day 8
February 21, 2014
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Anbar ((today))

Deputy Head of the Anbar provincial Council Faleh Al-Issawi, the Fallujah bombing pauses on the orders issued by the Iraqi Defense Minister Saadoun al-dulaimi since Thursday evening.

Al-Issawi said the Iraqi Government had responded to the initiative of the last chance to resolve the Fallujah crisis peacefully.

The commander said the Anbar police, Gen. Ismael Al-mahalawi, the violent clashes raged throughout Thursday between the Iraqi army and gunmen in the village of урсруьст North of Fallujah's neighbouring island Marina.

A source in Al-Anbar operations command that artillery was targeted for his alcigar last night North of Fallujah and the villages of walboalwan-alhalabsh.

The source added that the areas under the control of militants who try to occasionally attack the Iraqi army convoys headed to Ramadi or Fallujah.

So, the Chairman of the Anbar provincial Council, Sabah krhot, feared armed seizure of funds in the 10 banks in the city of Fallujah, which is about $200 million.

Krhot said that these banks under the protection of the clan now, indicating that money is the value of the salaries of the Fallujah walsklauet karma that prevented security conditions without pay two months ago.