Iraq's Government

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Iraq Rejects No-Bid Contracts: Talks Over Short-Term Oil Deals Lasted Too Long, Officials Say (Post, September 12, 2008)
An Iraqi Exodus: Out of Money and Options in Egypt, Some Refugees Are Heading Home (Post, September 7, 2008)
Uncertainty After Anbar Handover: Fate of U.S.-Backed Sunni Fighters Precarious as Government Targets Force's Leaders (Post, September 2, 2008)
Jordan's Abdullah Travels to Baghdad: King Is First Arab Ruler to Visit Iraq Since '03 Invasion (Post, August 12, 2008)
Deaths of Iraqis in July Lower Than in May, June (Post, August 2, 2008)
2 Iraqi Athletes Set for Beijing After IOC Lifts Ban (Post, July 30, 2008)
Twin Suicide Attacks Kill 28 Iraqi Army Recruits (Post, July 16, 2008)
Iraq Wants Withdrawal Timetable In U.S. Pact (Post, July 9, 2008)
Relative Calm in Iraq Ends as Attacks Take 16 Lives (Post, July 7, 2008)
Sunni Bloc to Rejoin Government: Boycott Would End With Assignment of Iraqi Cabinet Posts (Post, July 2, 2008)
GAO Report Faults Post-'Surge' Planning: Lack of Comprehensive Strategy Cited, but Pentagon Study Sees Gains in Iraq (Post, June 24, 2008)
At Least 15 Killed by Female Bomber in Iraq (Post, June 23, 2008)
Iraq May Request Extension For U.S. (Post, June 6, 2008)
U.S. Opens Site For Processing Iraqi Refugees: Baghdad Office to Aid Those Seeking to Settle in America (Post, June 4, 2008)
Sadr Urges Followers To Protest U.S.-Iraq Pact (Post, May 28, 2008)
Mosul Insurgents Are Offered Cash for Arms: Iraqi Officials Set 10-Day Amnesty Period (Post, May 17, 2008)
Sadr Extends Cease-Fire, Clarifies 'Open War' Threat (Post, April 26, 2008)
Iraq's Neighbors Noncommittal on Aiding Government (Post, April 23, 2008)
Visit to Baghdad: Rice Praises 'Coalescing Center' in Iraqi Politics (Post, April 21, 2008)
An Ultimatum in Iraq: Sadr Warns Of 'Open War' If Crackdown Is Not Halted (Post, April 20, 2008)
Since 2001, a Dramatic Increase in Suicide Bombings (Post, April 18, 2008)
After the Crackdown: Iraq's Top Commanders In Basra Are Reassigned (Post, April 17, 2008)
Iraq Fires Policemen, Soldiers: 1,300 Refused to Fight During Clashes (Post, April 14, 2008)
'PRUDENT' TO PAUSE: Iraq Violence Halts British Drawdown (Post, April 2, 2008)
U.S., British Widen Role in Iraqi Government's Offensive in Basra (Post, March 30, 2008)

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