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    1. Masoud Barzani, the Kurdish region's president, announced the vote on whether to secede from Iraq would be held on Sept. 25.

    2. Secretary of Defense James Mattis has a difficult task ahead. In a visit to Turkey Wednesday, he will step into the thicket of competing interests that characterizes one of America's most important ...

    3. BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - A delegation representing Iraq's ruling Shi'ite coalition may meet Kurdish politicians again next week to try to convince them to delay or cancel a plan ...

    4. Striking an Impossible Balance in Turkey

      The Atlantic Wire (RSS)12 hours ago

      In Mattis’s meetings with Turkish government officials in Ankara today, he will have to acknowledge Turkish interests while serving as the de facto face of America’s ongoing support for Kurdish ...

    5. Masoud Barzani, the Kurdish region's president, announced the vote on whether to secede from Iraq would be held on Sept. 25.

    6. Turkey sees a real risk that Iraqi Kurds will press ahead with an independence referendum, according to an adviser to the president, a move that would defy almost unanimous opposition among ...

    7. BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi government officials may meet Kurdish representatives again next week to try to convince them to delay or cancel a plan to hold an independence referendum ...

    8. The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) now hold more than half of Raqqa, the de facto capital of ISIS. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights...

    9. As the hunt intensifies for members of a Moroccan-led cell thought to be responsible for the terror attacks in Spain, attention has turned to the hundreds of returned jihadists across the Strait ...

    10. Aksakalli led the Turkish military's cross-border "Euphrates Shield" operation launched in August last year aimed at clearing the border zone in northern Syria of both Kurdish militia ...

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