Jun 20, 2014
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki announced that volunteers who fight in "hot areas" with the country's security forces, which are battling an insurgency, will be given 750,000 Dinars ($644) per month, state television said on Thursday. Non-fighting volunteers will be paid 500,000 Dinars ($450) and all volunteers will be given an extra 125,000 Dinar ($107) food allowance per month, the statement said. Insurgents took two cities in northern Iraq last week and many soldiers have fled their posts during the continuing offensive, straining the army. #Prime Minister #Army #editing #country #security-forces #continuing #oliver-holmes #per-month #dinars
Jun 03, 2014
Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will be adapting the story of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden for the big screen, from a book written by Guardian journalist Luke Harding, the British newspaper said in a statement on Monday. #BuzzPatrol #Edward Snowden #Snowden #Guardian journalist Luke Harding #Luke Harding #The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man #book adaptation #Oliver Stone #Oscar winner Oliver Stone #Director Oliver Stone
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