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Jane Arraf is an international correspondent for NPR. She covers the Middle East. She is a former Middle East correspondent for Al Jazeera English.

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Kurds celebrate to show their support for the independence referendum in Duhok, Iraq, September 26, 2017 Photo by Ari Jalal/Reuters 
 Iraqi Kurds turned out in vast numbers yesterday…

Iraqi Kurds vote for independence

Kurds celebrate to show their support for the independence referendum in Duhok, Iraq, September 26, 2017 Photo by Ari Jalal/Reuters Iraqi Kurds turned out in vast numbers yesterday…

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