WATCHING THE WORLD IRAQI OIL EXPORTS STILL NOT IN SIGHT

With Roger Vielvoye from London The list of conditions Iraq must fulfill before it can resume exporting crude oil grows longer at every count. Latest addition to the list comes from the beleaguered Iraqi Kurds who now control a strategic section of the key oil export pipeline to the Mediterranean Sea through Turkey. The Kurds have made it clear to the Baghdad regime they will exact a price for allowing oil to pass through a 50 mile section of the line in northern Iraq near the Turkish border.

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