Iraqi Kurds Dealt Setback by U.S. Court Ruling on Oil SaleBy and
Court says Kurdish crude oil cargo discharged in Israel
DNO, Genel caught up in Kurds' dispute with Iraq government
A U.S. federal court dealt a setback to efforts by Iraq’s self-governing Kurds to sell Iraqi crude oil in the U.S., further complicating the Kurdish drive for financial independence from the central government in Baghdad.
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