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Will Iraq turmoil lead to break up?

As fresh clashes erupt in Tikrit and Isis declares a "caliphate", the BBC's Jeremy Bowen considers whether the Iraqi government can prevent the break up of the country.

Fresh clashes have been reported between jihadist-led Sunni rebels and government forces around the Iraqi city of Tikrit.

The violence comes a day after the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) announced the creation of a "caliphate".

The turbulent situation means the government in Baghdad is under ever increasing pressure to try and prevent the break up of the country, as Jeremy Bowen reports.