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Analysis: Talk of breaking up Iraq is gaining traction, but splitting the country up could result in more war, not less
Real Money traces the flow of oil and money in Iraq and who is benefiting from its three million barrels a day
Iraq’s Kurds have expanded their oil fields while Islamic State insurgents are smuggling $1M in crude daily
Meanwhile, France offers asylum to Mosul's Christians, threatened with death by Islamic State insurgents
Baghdad bristles at Kurdish region's attempt to sell oil, seeing threat to Iraq's territorial integrity
The official was later released, but the incident comes amid mounting sectarian tensions
The US has pressured American companies not to buy oil directly from autonomous Kurdistan; buyer has not been identified
Overwhelmed by flood of neighbors escaping war, Hashemite kingdom tries to balance economy with politics of integration
Prime Minister Maliki says he hopes the election of the Kurdish politician will help the country's reconcilation
Prisoners and policemen among 60 killed north of Baghdad during attack on bus transferring convicts, police say
The declaration comes as no surprise as ISIL's ambition has always been bold, but its significance is yet to unfold
The kingdom is trapped between Sunni fighters it dislikes and expanding Iranian clout in Baghdad
Baghdad may be echoing with calls to arms for local militias, but odds are ISIL will not make its way in
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki vows Iraq will make a stand against the ISIL. What are his options?