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History lives in Machko, a book-lined teahouse in Erbil, capital of Iraqi Kurdistan. With a controversial independence referendum looming, the past is once again determining the future as the lessons of history are not necessarily being learned.

2017/09/10 | 19:05

(Iraq Now News)-

… Kurdish Democratic Party) and Jalal Talabani of the PUK (Patriotic Union of Kurdistan … State (IS) group captured Mosul, capital of the Ninawa … hardship under the dictator Saddam [Hussein].

But now we … Erbil and Baghdad

The capital of Iraqi Kurdistan is a Barzani …

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