Borzou Daragahi

BuzzFeed News

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Borzou Daragahi is a Middle East correspondent for BuzzFeed News. He is a former Middle East correspondent for both the Financial Times and Los Angeles Times.

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Two American allies are pitted against each other as the Iraqi military is moving into Kirkuk three weeks after the Kurdistan Region voted overwhelmingly to declare independence.

Iraqi forces seize portions of Kurdistan

Two American allies are pitted against each other as the Iraqi military is moving into Kirkuk three weeks after the Kurdistan Region voted overwhelmingly to declare independence.

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President Trump told world leaders at the UN that the nuclear deal with Iran and other nations was an "embarrassment to the United States."

Is Trump making Iran look good?

President Trump told world leaders at the UN that the nuclear deal with Iran and other nations was an "embarrassment to the United States."

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President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan barely eked out a victory, but yesterday's election has given him vast new powers -- despite challenges from the opposition and international election…

Turkey's president claims vast new powers

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan barely eked out a victory, but yesterday's election has given him vast new powers -- despite challenges from the opposition and international election…

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