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HOME BUSINESS ENERGY OIL POLITICS SECURITY INTERVIEWS BEYOND THE HEADLINES THE DAILY BRIEF
BEYOND THE HEADLINES
Q&A: Hussain al-Shahristani Beyond the Headlines: June 18, 2012
Kidnap victims held for ransom
Bai Hassan wells still leaking
Anbar touts Akkas success
Basra awards $348M in projects
Amid Iraq violence,
journalists struggle with
Deadliest day in months
The deputy prime minister for energy discusses energy relations
with Turkey and Iran, the deadlock with the KRG, and the reasons
that IOCs shied away from the fourth bidding round.
oppose Iraq envoy
Q&A: Ninewa Gov. Atheel Kurdistan, Exxon gain key
Bombs kill 44 in Iraq
Nujaifi ally in Mosul
attacks on pilgrims,
The powerful Mosul leader The governor of Ninewa police
wants to move past the days province, once an opponent
of al-Qaida, and is of Exxon's KRG contracts,
demanding help from now says joint oil Iraq Kurdistan needs 5k
Baghdad, Kurdistan, Turkey development could help ease new homes a year to end
and Exxon to get there. tensions in disputed shortage
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that you would recommend
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Jørgen Vig Knudstorp
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Jay Rosen, professor of journalism at NYU