Kurds' fighting worries Iraq's neighbours

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The Independent Online
Damascus - Iraq's three neighbours with Kurdish minorities - Syria, Iran and Turkey - opened talks in Damascus seeking ways to end fighting among rival Kurdish factions in northen Iraq that threatens their own stability. The Turkish Foreign Minister, Mumtaz Soysal, said that the situation in northern Iraq was 'moving from bad to worse because of the fighting' between the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party. Reuter

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