Tuesday Mar 4
Iraq bolsters Kurdish budget to settle financial dispute
The Iraqi government approved Tuesday the transfer of US$200 million to the autonomous Kurdish Regional Government budget in a bid to resolve conflict between the two parties over oil exports and budget distribution.
UN's Ban: Syria Conflict 'Shameful' International Failure
Syrian refugees rest at a new refugee camp on the outskirts of the city of Irbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region.
Iraqi speaker, Kurdish region leader to discuss oil
Iraq's Parliament Speaker visited Irbil on Thursday to hold talks with the Kurdish Regional Government's leader in an attempt to solve tension between the sides over oil exports and budget distribution, according to diplomatic sources.
The Daily Star
Kurds step up oil negotiations with Baghdad
IRBIL, Iraq: Iraqi Kurdistan's prime minister and top energy official traveled to Baghdad Monday to intensify efforts to settle a long-running dispute with the central government over the region's oil exports via a new pipeline to Turkey.
The Common Ills
The KRG and Ashraf
The KRG doesn't like being betrayed or tricked. Which is why Kurdistan Regional President Massoud Barzani cancelled his trip to DC.