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Sulaimaniyah

(so͞o'lāmän`ēə), town (1987 pop. 364,096), NE Iraq. The town, founded in 1789, is a trade center inhabited by Kurds and has long been a center of Kurdish nationalism. Since 1992 it has been an important town in the so-called Kurdish Autonomous Region.
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The Regional government addressed the Russian leadership, as saying: "We ask you to find an alternative airspace in the Kurdistan region, as the stop of the work of airports in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah adds another economic crisis to the region, and the question of compensating us by the central government is impossible.
Of the cities, Iraqi Airways and Germania had linked Sulaymaniyah with Malmo and Stockholm Arlanda respectively while ZagrosJet and Germania had both linked Erbil to Stockholm Arlanda.
A statement issued by the Iraqi Ministry of Transportation said that the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority has decided to suspend all departing and arriving flights from and to the airports of Irbil and Sulaymaniyah for 48 hours as of 8:00 a.
The purpose of the joint project is to ensure that all water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) standards are met in a new permanent IDP camp to be built in Ashti, Sulaymaniyah governorate, according to a statement from QRC.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary and Expatriates Affairs Hassan Qashqavi held a meeting with former president and Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) Jalal Talabani in Sulaymaniyah.
Existing airports in Baghdad, Basra, Erbil, Najaf, Mosul and Sulaymaniyah are undergoing expansion, while new airports are being constructed in areas such as Karbala, Kirkuk and Dohuk.
The event is being hosted by Sulaymaniyah International Airport in the Kurdistan region of Iraq from December 3 to 4.
Protest organiser Bariz Saieed lives in Cardiff and is from Sulaymaniyah, a large city in the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Protest organiser Bariz Saieed lives in Cardiff and is originally from Sulaymaniyah, a large city in the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan.
A look at Arbil and Sulaymaniyah reveals that there is an indirect agreement and consensus among Kurdish groups to alienate the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP).
The tallest structure in Sulaymaniyah, the 253 room property has been hailed by Millennium & Copthorne president & CEO Ali Hamad Lakhraim Alzbi as the 'Burj Al Arab' of Kurdistan and marks the company's first Middle East venture outside of the UAE.
This addition will increase the number of RJ destinations in Iraq to five: Baghdad, Basra, Sulaymaniyah, Erbil and Mosul.