U.S. Judge Sides With Iraq, Blocks Kurds' Attempt To Sell Oil

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A volunteer at a Christian church in Qosh, Iraq, loads aid onto a handcart Monday for delivery to displaced Shiites who are sheltering there. Alice Fordham/NPR hide caption

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For Iraqis In Crisis, Dividing The Country Seems A Poor Solution

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Violence Spikes Anew In Iraq, As Islamic State Looks To Expand

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Human Rights Watch Researcher Reports ISIS Abuses In Iraq

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Life Under 'The Islamic State': Order In The Shadow Of Terror

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Thousands of Iraqis fleeing Sunni extremists fled to the Kurdish city of Erbil, where they lined up here on June 12 at a checkpoint before entering. EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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Extremists Leave A Violent Message In A Small Iraqi Town

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The American Adviser's Quandary: What More Can Be Done In Iraq?

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A Few New Faces Aren't Likely To Satisfy Iraqi Government's Critics

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Chocolatier Lindt To Buy Russell Stover

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U.S.-Trained Iraqi Army Failed To Stand Up To Insurgents

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A tanker carrying crude oil from Iraq's Kurdish region anchors near Ashkelon, Israel. It's believed the oil has been off-loaded into Israel. The U.S. and Baghdad oppose the Kurdish export of oil from the autonomous northern region. David Buimovitch/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kurds May Have Oil To Export, But Buyers Are Harder To Find

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Kurdish Authorities Plan Referendum On Independence From Iraq

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