Why Kurds' vote for independence could disrupt U.S. campaign to defeat ISIS


    
b_179_129_16777215_00_images_IRQ150318aa001.jpegIRBIL, Iraq — From the scrappy town of Zakho on the Turkish border to the gleaming new office towers of this provincial capital, the Kurdistan flag is flown throughout northern Iraq on apartment balconies, storefronts and construction cranes.

Demonstrators wave it at the almost daily rallies to support a yes vote in Monday's controversial referendum on Kurdish independence from Iraq.   

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