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Kurdish volunteer fighters watch a convoy of the 173rd Airborne Brigade as they leave the airstrip in Harir, northern Iraq. (AFP)
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Karl Vick is The Post's Istanbul bureau chief. He is reporting from Kurdish-controlled northern Iraq.

Audio From the Field:
In N. Iraq from MSNBC (April 9)
U.S. Military in N. Iraq (March 31)
Kurds Fight Islamic Militants (March 28)
Situation in N. Iraq (March 25)
Car Bombing in N. Iraq (March 22)

Live Online Transcripts:
From Sulaymaniyah (April 9)
From Kurdish Iraq (March 25)
From Northern Iraq (March 17)

Iran Rejects U.S. Accusation It Is Meddling in Iraq
Iran Thursday rejected a U.S. warning against becoming involved in Iraq, making light of White House advice not to "destabilize" the neighboring country's Shiite Muslim majority.

Kurds in a New Iraq Must Find an Identity
In the wake of a war the United States has always insisted must leave Iraq united, the question for many Kurds is whether, after 12 years of autonomy, they can return to life under an Arab president.

More From Karl Vick
Kurds Redrawing Map by Memory, With Force (Post, April 17, 2003)

Looters Halt Flow of Oil From Kirkuk: Managers Blame U.S. For Not Stopping Kurds (Post, April 17, 2003)

As Most Militias Leave Kirkuk, Kurd-Arab Tensions Rise (Post, April 14, 2003)

U.S. Troops Help Restore Order to Kirkuk's Streets (Post, April 13, 2003)

Kurds' Looting Sweeps Across Liberated Kirkuk: U.S. Forces Take Action Late in Day (Post, April 12, 2003)

Joy and Unity Reign, for at Least One Day (Post, April 11, 2003)

Where 'We've All Been Damaged,' Kurds Relish News of Baghdad's Fall (Post, April 10, 2003)

Exile-Led Militia Has Low Numbers, High Hopes: Ill-Equipped Group Seen as Unprepared (Post, April 8, 2003)

Militants From North Returning to Surrender: Ousted Muslim Fighters Had Fled to Iran (Post, April 7, 2003)

In Kurdish Villages, Life Is Near Normal: Fighters Hold Back, Watch War on TV (Post, April 6, 2003)

Town Shelled After 12 Years On the Edge: Iraqis Retaliate for Loss Of Front-Line Positions (Post, April 3, 2003)

Kurdish Underground Is Ready to Fight in Kirkuk: With Few Troops in the North, U.S. Isn't Ready to Support Move (Post, April 2, 2003; 6:00 PM)

Kurds Ready, Willing, Unable to Cross Line (Post, April 2, 2003)

U.S. Moves To Increase Firepower In North (Post, March 30, 2003)

Kurdish-U.S. Assault Takes Town: Special Forces Call in Air Strikes Against Islamic Radicals (Post, March 29, 2003)

U.S. Reinforces Northern Front: More Troops Move Into Kurdish Areas, Link Up With Militia Groups (Post, March 28, 2003)

Iran Turns Away Militant Group: Halt in Aid to Kurdish Faction Comes After Missile Attacks (Post, March 25, 2003)

U.S. Troops Arrive in Kurd Area to Open Front (Post, March 24, 2003)



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