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With Lamborghinis and Rooftop Sushi, Why Is Kurdistan Broke?

A yellow Lamborghini rolled past the Tche Tche café, where men and women were lazily smoking sheesha (a syrupy tobacco mix) and drinking tea.  Moments later, a large black Land Rover glided by.  Looking out from the café, glass and concrete towers glinted in the sun.  One of them is the five-star Divan Hotel where a rooftop restaurant boasts expensive champagne and sushi.   This is Kurdistan, and the regional government is technically broke.   Kurdish...

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