Many ask why oil-rich Iraq needed to make Kuwait energy deal

OPEC's second-largest producer gets help from Kuwait after widespread unrest over power crisis.

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    Iraq's government has signed a deal with Kuwait in a bid to alleviate its energy crisis after the lack of kerosene and electricity led to widespread unrest.

    But many are asking why Iraq, which holds the world's fifth-largest petroleum reserves, needs help from Kuwait.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Baghdad.


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