Iraqi Kurds push for Kirkuk referendum

Kurds in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk are renewing their push for the national government to allow them to hold a referendum on the city's future.

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    Kurds in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk are renewing their push for the national government to allow them to hold a referendum on the city's future.

    The referendum is at the centre of a long-running dispute about who should ultimately control the city.

    Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Kirkuk.


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