Kutschera, Chris
September 2002
Middle East;Sep2002, Issue 326, p56
Focuses on the emigration of Kurds to Western Europe. Refusal of Sweden and Netherlands on the entry of future asylum seekers from Iraqi Kurdistan; Fears of Kurds on the return of Iraqi armed forces and security services to Kurdistan; Improvement on the relations between the two main Kurdish political parties.


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