Oil Flows Freely Again in Northern Iraq - Examiner.com: "BEIJI, Iraq - For more than two years the attacks came like clockwork. As soon as the military secured and workers repaired the pipelines from Iraq's northern oil fields, just when the valves were about to open, insurgents would strike. But roughly three weeks ago they suddenly stopped, letting crude oil flow freely from Iraq's vast reserves near Kirkuk."
Friday, June 30, 2006
Posted by Charlie Martin at 8:14 PM