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Involving Syrian Kurds in settlement to limit US influence: Logoglu
Criticizing the US policy in Syria to bring Turks and Kurds into a full scale war, Turkish veteran politician said involving Syrian Kurds in the county’s settlement process will limit the US influence in Syria.
Erdogan: 'No step back' in operation against Kurds in Syria
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday vowed that Turkey would not take any step back in its operation against Kurdish militia in Syria's Afrin region, saying the campaign had the backing of Moscow.
Turkish troops push into Syria
Turkish ground troops entered Syria on Sunday to push an offensive against Kurdish militia as rocket fire hit a border town in apparent retaliation.
Turkey says no turning back from offensive in Syria
Turkey's defense minister said Friday there is no turning back from his country's decision to launch a ground assault on a Syrian Kurdish-controlled enclave in northwest Syria, saying the offensive had "de facto" started with the Turkish military shelling of the area.
Iraq top court declares Kurd referendum unconstitutional
Iraq's supreme court on Monday declared that September's referendum on secession in the autonomous Kurdish areas in the north of the country was unconstitutional.
Iran to lift border curbs with Iraq's Kurdish region in coming days
Iran will reopen all its border crossings with Iraq’s Kurdistan region in the coming days, lifting restrictions imposed after last month’s Kurdish vote in favor of independence, its chief of staff said on Monday.
Iraqi Kurd parliament delays elections for 8 months
Parliament in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region decided Tuesday to hold legislative elections in eight months after they were delayed amid tensions with the central government in Baghdad over disputed territories.
Iraq's Barzani isolated by his drive for Kurdish independence
Iraqi Kurdish leader Massud Barzani, the driving force behind last month's secession vote, finds himself isolated at home and abroad weeks after he scored a major victory with a resounding "yes" at the polls.
Netanyahu lobbies world powers to support Iraqi Kurds’ secession bid
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is lobbying world powers to support the independence of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region from the rest of the Iraqi territory, as Kurdish Peshmerga forces are losing ground to Iraqi army forces in the country’s oil-rich northern province of Kirkuk.
Iraqi forces make fresh gains against Kurds
Kurds abandon last two oilfields near Kirkuk, Sinjar city
The Baghdad government recaptured territory across the breadth of northern Iraq from Kurds on Tuesday, making startlingly rapid gains in a sudden campaign that has shifted the balance of power in the country almost overnight.
Iraqi forces retake military base, strategic sites in Kirkuk (video)
Iraqi forces retook a key military base, an airport and an oil field from Kurdish forces on Monday in Kirkuk Province in a major operation sparked by a controversial secession referendum.
Iraqi speaker meets with Kurdish leader
The speaker of Iraq’s Parliament met with Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani, two weeks after the Kurdistan region held a controversial referendum on secession from the mainland.
France ready for mediation between Baghdad and Iraqi Kurds: Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron says Paris is ready for mediation between Iraq and its Kurdish region seeking secession from the mainland, emphasizing the need to protect the Arab country’s “territorial integrity.”
Zarif calls for Kurdish talks with Baghdad
Iran said a recent controversial secession referendum in the northern Iraq runs counter to the Arab country’s constitution, calling on Kurdish authorities to negotiate with Baghdad regardless of the outcome of the vote.
Iraqi Kurds in independence vote despite Baghdad, neighbors’ warnings
Iraqi Kurds voted in an independence referendum Monday, defying warnings from Baghdad and their neighbors.

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