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Kurds, Erdogan supporters clash at Hannover airport (Video)
Clashes and fist-fights broke out in Germany’s Hannover airport on Monday during a demonstration against Turkey’s military operation against US-backed Kurdish militants in Syria.
Kurdistan security very important for Iran: Larijani
Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the security of the Iraqi Kurdistan is ‘very important’ to the Islamic Republic, calling on the semi-autonomous region to resolve its issues in cooperation with the central government in Baghdad.
Iran backs ‘unified’ Iraq, Rouhani tells Kurdish PM
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran invariably backs a “united and integrated” Iraq, warning against attempts by certain foreign powers to deal a blow to regional stability and security.
Iraqi Kurdistan oil exports must be under Baghdad control: al-Abadi
The Iraqi prime minister has called on the country’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region to stop independent oil exports, saying the crude produced there must be placed under the central government’s control.
Iraqi Kurdistan Region underlines good ties with Iran
Prime Minister of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region Nechirvan Barzani after a meeting with a delegation from Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) in Sulaymaniyah on Sunday denied Erbil's interference in protests in Iran and announced that Iran is one of the most important neighbors of Iraq.
Iran’s border crossings with Iraqi Kurdistan reopen
Iran’s two border crossings with Iraqi Kurdistan region have resumed their operations following an announcement by the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), the director general of the Interior Ministry’s Border Affairs Department said.
Iraqi Supreme Court rules Kurdish referendum unconstitutional
Iraq’s top court on Monday declared the Kurdish north’s secession referendum in September to be unconstitutional, firing a new salvo in the political crisis with the semi-autonomous region.
Iraq’s Kurdistan says respects secession ban ruling
Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) said it abides by a recent top court ruling that bans any secession from the mainland, expressing hope that the decision will set the stage for dialog between Baghdad and Erbil.
Iraq's top court bans any secession after Kurdish crisis
Iraq's Federal Court has ruled that no region or province could secede from the homeland after an unconstitutional Kurdish referendum that ended in failure but brought the country into the brink of a new crisis.
Baghdad urges calm in Kurdistan following violent attacks (Video)
The Iraqi central government has called for calm in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region. This after supporters of Kurdish President Masoud Barzani went on a rampage following the announcement of his resignation. Iraqi lawmakers say the resignation will incur little impact on the region as Barazni will hand over power to his family. Altaf Ahmad has the story from Baghdad, reported.
Barzani to step down as president of KRG
Iraqi Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani has announced he will step down as president of the region's government in November, after an independence referendum he championed backfired and triggered a regional crisis.
Barzani to step down as Kurdish leader in Iraq
Iraqi forces, Kurdish Peshmerga start new round of talks
Iraqi forces and Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on Sunday started a second round of talks to resolve a conflict over control of the Kurdistan region’s border crossings, Iraqi state TV said.

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