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Clashes and artillery fire are reported near Kirkuk following a government advance
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Kurdish officials say Iraqi forces intend to take control of oil fields and an airbase
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Rising tensions in northern Iraq as government forces face-off with Kurdish troops.
Rising tensions as the Iraqi government forces a face-off with Kurdish troops.
Iraq's Vice President Dr Ayad Allawi warns of an escalation in northern Iraq
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An exchange of artillery fire is said to have occurred south of Kirkuk city
Iraqi forces say they have captured the military base in Kirkuk from Kurdish fighters
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Hazera Begum looks after the children of sex workers in Bangladesh's capital city, Dhaka
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The Iraqi army says it has seized key installations in Kirkuk from Kurdish forces
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Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz is set to become the world's youngest leader
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Hazera Begum looks after the children of sex workers in Bangladesh's capital city, Dhaka (R)
Iraqi government forces enter Kirkuk after taking key positions from Kurdish fighters
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Thousands of residents flee Kirkuk after armed Iraqi troops take control of city
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