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Ethnic Divisions Threaten Stability in Kirkuk
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Ethnic Divisions Threaten Stability in Kirkuk

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Ethnic Divisions Threaten Stability in Kirkuk

Ethnic Divisions Threaten Stability in Kirkuk
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Rival ethnic groups have been competing for control of the northeastern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, home to Arabs, Kurds and Turkomans. The city sits on top of huge underground pools of oil and natural gas.

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