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Islamic State loses control of last oil wells in Iraq: oil ministry

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Islamic State militants no longer control any oil wells in Iraq after being ousted by government forces last week from an area near Kirkuk, the oil ministry said on Wednesday.
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