Middle East

Iraqi gov't assumes control after Kurds leave disputed areas

Iraqis welcome Iraqi soldiers entering the city of Kirkuk on October 17, 2017. Kurdish peshmerga forces withdrew without a fight after federal government troops and militia entered the city of Kirkuk and seized the provincial governor's office and key military bases in response to a Kurdish vote for independence last month. / AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE

 

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