Iraqi and Turkish Kurds share fears of unknown future

Last week, a secession referendum was held in the Kurdish region in defiance of the government in Baghdad, as well as neighbouring Iran and Turkey.

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    Iran has massed its tanks along its border with the semi-autonomous Kurdish region of Iraq.

    Last week, a secession referendum was held in the Kurdish region in defiance of the government in Baghdad, as well as neighbouring Iran and Turkey.

    The tensions following the vote have also had an impact on trade in predominantly Kurdish areas along the Iraq-Turkey border.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from the Ibrahim Khalil Crossing along the border of Turkey and Iraq.


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