Kirkuk's inclusion in Kurdish vote angers Iraq

The city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq has some of the biggest oil reserves in the country.

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    The city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq has some of the biggest oil reserves in the country.

    For decades, there has been disagreement about who should control it.

    Its inclusion in Monday's secession referendum has angered Baghdad.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Erbil.


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