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Anna Husarska

Iraq's forgotten population

By Anna Husarska
December 24, 2007

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ERBIL, Iraq TENSIONS ON the border between Iraq and Turkey - the two main US allies in the Muslim world - escalate. In the fall there were frequent cross-frontier clashes between Turkish soldiers and rebels from the Kurdistan Workers' Party, the PKK, based in northern Iraq. This month the Turkish military used helicopters and warplanes against their positions. (Full article: 836 words)

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