Iraq

Kurds Back Off Constitution Demands

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Iraq's Kurdish leaders appear to have made a significant concession in efforts to forge agreement on a new constitution. The Kurds are no longer insisting that the status of the ethnically mixed northern city of Kirkuk is resolved before the constitution is put to a nationwide referendum.

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