U.S.—BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi forces and Kurdish Peshmerga fighters on Sunday started a second round of talks to resolve a conflict about control of the Kurdistan region's border crossings, Iraqi state TV said.
Peshmerga, Iraqi army began second round of talks. RudawPeshmerga, Iraqi army began second round of talksRudawKurdistan and Iraqi flags flying side-by-side on the Makhmour front. File photo: Farzin Hassan/Rudaw. ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Kurdish and Iraqi military officials have begun a second round of talks in the city of Mosul as they try to resolve tensions.Why the US can't afford to lose Iraqi KurdistanAljazeera.comall 967 news articles