Kurdish Parl't bureau in Kirkuk suspends work

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Fri, 10 Nov 2017 - 09:36 GMT

General view of the Kurdistan Parliament meeting in Erbil, Iraq September 15, 2107. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari

General view of the Kurdistan Parliament meeting in Erbil, Iraq September 15, 2107. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari

ERBIL, Iraq - 10 November 2017: The bureau of the Kurdistan Region Parliament in Kirkuk announced suspending its sessions temporarily and moving to Erbil, Al Sumaria News channel reported.

In a statement, the parliament's office said that the decision came on the back of attacking and looting the office.

The statement said files and equipment have been stolen.

Furthermore, the office is not allowed to raise the flag of Kurdistan, the statement added.

Last year, the Kurdistan Parliament opened an office in Kirkuk to communicate with Kirkuk people and work on solving their problems.

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