© 2007 Ministry of Extra Regional Affairs – KRG


Kurds and Christians flee Mosul’s insecurity

The continuing instability in Mosul, 396 km northwest of capital Baghdad, is resulting in an increasing flow of refugees fleeing the city towards more stable areas in Kurdistan. Over recent months the security situation in Iraq’s third largest city, which is home to ethnic Arabs, Kurds, Turkomans and various Christian minorities, has only got worse which has served to further fuel the exodus. » more

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26 Sep. 2006 Kurdistani coalition walks out Iraqi parliament over Najifi statement
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01 Jun. 2006 V. The 2003 Iraq War and its Aftermath
12 May. 2006 GlobalSecurity: Mosul
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