Other houses were left abandoned when the government moved out the citadel's last permanent residents around 2008 to start renovating the site.Restoration work was held up after Baghdad cut off state revenues in 2014 to the regional government in a row over oil exports."We have hundreds of thousands of ancient sites in Iraq but they are all in a poor state because of the security situation," said Riyadh al-Rekabi, a public servant from Baghdad, where the main museum was looted."It's nice," he adds, looking round at the small area open to tourists, including the museums and a souvenir shop.“Canadian consular officials at the embassy of Canada in Amman, Jordan, are providing consular assistance as required.” The embassy in Amman provides consular services to Canadians in Iraq. Mishra said the department could not release further information, including exactly how the embassy was responding, for privacy reasons.But Hanna Bohman, a Vancouver woman currently with the Kurdish forces, said the Canadian was a volunteer with the People’s Protection Units, or YPG, the Syrian Kurdish militia battling the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Bohman said she met him at a YPG training facility as he was leaving Syria for Iraq.Asiandatenet is kurdish dating website kkurdish to help you to meet new friends, pen pals, a lover and even a kurdish dating website mate in Kurdistan. Join Kurdistan Asian dating site to date beautiful single women and men.Kurdisj the left, there kurdish dating website cities in Kurdistan or nearby that you can click on any city to view singles. Many singles in Kurdistan are waiting to meet you online.
C., was discovered in Erbil on Monday, two kilometers away from the Erbil citadel.
He was taken into custody in northern Iraq late last month along with a Swede, two Spaniards and two Americans — one of them a doctor, she said.
“He joined YPG because he was sick of ISIS,” said Colin Rutterford, a Briton who said he met the Canadian at a safehouse in Iraq in late June.
A Kurdistan24 team embedded with Erbil archaeologists visited the newly-found ancient site.
According to a Kurdistan24 reporter, the antique site, nearly 10-meters underground, was uncovered when a local company was working on a residence project in one of Erbil’s neighborhoods.