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    1. Kurdish media says the three official border crossings between Iraq's Kurdish region and Iran have been closed. Rudaw news agency, quoting the region's customs chief, Samal Abdulrahman ...

    2. The Kurdish government in Iraq made good on an agreement to distribute a share of the production revenue from an oil field, a Norwegian company said Monday. Norwegian oil and gas company ...

    3. Kurdish Peshmerga troops left the city of Kirkuk on Monday after Iraqi troops captured vital installations in and around the city, Baghdad's army said -- the latest moves in a standoff ...

    4. Here in the arbitrarily-designated Kurdish Region of Iraq, however, this is not the case. Fresh off a resounding independence referendum victory, the Kurdish people are resolute ...

    5. Iraqi gov't assumes control after Kurds leave disputed areas

      The Times of Northwest Indiana2 days ago

      Kurdish fighters pulled out of disputed areas across northern and eastern Iraq on Tuesday, one day after giving up the vital oil city of Kirkuk — a

    6. Iraqi Kurds send reinforcements to disputed Kirkuk

      WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey7 days ago

      Kurdish media says Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region has sent 6,000 reinforcements to the disputed, oil-rich city of Kirkuk. Rudaw News, quoting Kurdish Vice President Kosrat ...

    7. Intensifying tensions between Iraqi and Kurdish forces in the oil-rich region of Kirkuk could prompt a sustained rally in oil prices, an analyst told CNBC on Monday. State TV reported ...

    8. Gunfire and explosions rang out Monday as Iraqi forces moved to take control of a Kurdish-held military base and oil fields outside the disputed city of Kirkuk, raising the specter of ...

    9. Iraqi forces clashed with fighters from the Kurdish semiautonomous region near the oil-rich province of Kirkuk early Monday, raising the stakes in a standoff over Kurdish independence ...

    10. If Iraq’s Kurdish territory were a country, it would probably qualify for OPEC membership. It wouldn’t even be the smallest member, given its production of more than half a million barrels ...

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