By DAVID ZUCCHINO and ERIC SCHMITT
Kurdish and Iraqi forces, both armed by the Americans, fought each other in Kirkuk. Analysts think Iran played a key role in the dispute's resolution.
OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTORIraq Will Remain United
By HAIDER AL-ABADI
For three years, we have battled terrorists - and the odds. We will not allow the Kurds to rip our country apart.
https://www.theguardian.com › Opinion › Iraq8 hours ago - As Kurds flee Kirkuk again, it's clear that only a negotiated settlement can bring stability, writes the province's former governorate coordinator, ...