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Ofra Bengio: [Kurds] proved they are a nation worthy of a state of their own
Imitating Mohamed Siad Barre makes Iraq like Somalia
Statement by President Barzani on British parliament’s recognition of Kurdish genocide
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  •  Turkish Parliament adopts Kurdish reform bill
  •  ISIS intensifies offensive against Kurds in Syria
  •  U.S. imposes sanctions on Lebanese firm for Hezbollah ties
  •  Germany asks US intelligence station chief to leave country
  •  UN removes dozens of staff from Libya
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    President Barzani Briefs Diplomatic Corps in Erbil about Current Crisis
    10/07/2014 : 23:03:32
    President Barzani Meets U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary Brett McGurk
    10/07/2014 : 23:02:10
    Kurdistan Region Presidency Responds to Nouri Maliki Accusations
    10/07/2014 : 23:00:23
    Kurds boycott Iraq cabinet in anti-Maliki protest
    10/07/2014 : 22:58:37
    Mufti: Kurdish Statehood Is Inevitable
    10/07/2014 : 22:57:06
    Turkish Parliament adopts Kurdish reform bill
    10/07/2014 : 22:55:17
    ISIS intensifies offensive against Kurds in Syria
    10/07/2014 : 22:52:22
    U.S. imposes sanctions on Lebanese firm for Hezbollah ties
    10/07/2014 : 22:50:44
    Germany asks US intelligence station chief to leave country
    10/07/2014 : 22:48:57
    UN removes dozens of staff from Libya
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    PhD (Tel Aviv University, 1994). Senior Research Fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies. Professor, Department of Middle Eastern History at Tel Aviv University
    John Hannah: The KRG's ability to sell oil and control their economic destiny can either become the foundation for Kurdish independence or a central building block of a strong, prosperous and unified Iraqi democratic federal state.
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