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Iraq's Troubles Drive Out Refugees Who Came Back - New York Times Sat, 27 Nov 2010 03:43:20 GMT+00:00

New York Times

Iraq's Troubles Drive Out Refugees Who Came Back
New York Times
Abu Maream left Iraq after a mortar round killed his brother-in-law in 2005. Amar al-Obeidi left when insurgents threatened to kill him and raided his shops ...

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Iraq Ready to Pay for One Refinery If No Investors Can Be Found - Bloomberg Fri, 26 Nov 2010 16:36:26 GMT+00:00

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80 from Guard company in St. Cloud heading to Iraq - Minneapolis Star Tribune Sat, 27 Nov 2010 01:25:19 GMT+00:00

80 from Guard company in St. Cloud heading to Iraq
Minneapolis Star Tribune
... members based in St. Cloud will be shipped out this weekend as part of Operation New Dawn, which is the winding down of US military operations in Iraq. ...
Iraq-deployed Louisiana Guard troops see gainsShreveport Times
St. Cloud-Based MN Nat'l Guard Company DeploysNorthland's NewsCenter
80 St. Cloud-based soldiers leave this weekendWQOW TV News 18

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Iraq is following in Lebanon's footsteps - Daily Star - Lebanon Fri, 26 Nov 2010 22:06:33 GMT+00:00

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Iraq is following in Lebanon's footsteps
Daily Star - Lebanon
Although one might assume that the more than eight months which have elapsed since Iraq's general polls would have allowed incumbent Prime Minister Nuri ...
Iraq Kurdish leader: A uniter in a divided nationWashington Post
Maliki Given 30 Days to Form Government in IraqNew York Times
Attempts to form Iraqi government and TurkeyToday's Zaman
Telegraph.co.uk -Alsumaria -The Associated Press
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Imminent Wikileaks Release Causes United States Diplomatic Corps To Scramble - Neon Tommy Fri, 26 Nov 2010 21:36:45 GMT+00:00

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Imminent Wikileaks Release Causes United States Diplomatic Corps To Scramble
Neon Tommy
Wikileaks gave the embargoed files to several major media outlets, as it has done in the past with the Iraq War Logs and the Afghan War Logs. ...
US envoy concerned over WikiLeaks plan to release more documentsCNN International
US warns allies about WikiLeaksWashington Post
Expected WikiLeaks disclosures prompts warning for editorsThe Guardian
Independent -Daily Mail -AsiaOne
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Saddam Hussein's Yacht Back In Iraq - NPR Fri, 26 Nov 2010 20:40:41 GMT+00:00

Saddam Hussein's Yacht Back In Iraq
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Iraq was at war with Iran when the yacht was finally finished in the 1980s, so Hussein never even had a chance to use it. He apparently lent the yacht, ...

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At War: In Iraq, 'We're Still Getting Hit' - New York Times (blog) Fri, 26 Nov 2010 22:56:43 GMT+00:00

At War: In Iraq, 'We're Still Getting Hit'
New York Times (blog)
FORWARD OPERATING BASE WARHORSE, Iraq — Soldiers were playing football in the sunset of a long day and a longer war, their shadows tilting ...

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Egypt Condemns Iranian Interference in Iraq - War On Terror News Sat, 27 Nov 2010 01:09:42 GMT+00:00

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Egypt Condemns Iranian Interference in Iraq
War On Terror News
Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul-Gheit was quoted Friday in Qatar's Al-Sharq newspaper as also saying that Iran should not meddle in Iraq and Lebanon ...
Iran should keep out of affairs of Arab states: Egypt FMAFP

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Cairo-based TV in church siege row ends Iraq operations - AFP Fri, 26 Nov 2010 15:45:00 GMT+00:00

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Cairo-based TV in church siege row ends Iraq operations
AFP
BAGHDAD — Cairo-based satellite TV channel Al-Baghdadiya said Friday it had shut its Iraq operations, weeks after its broadcasts were cut for airing ...
Two policemen killed in northern IraqPress TV
Friday: 3 Iraqis Killed, 9 WoundedAntiwar.com

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Stem Cell Treatment Gives Retired Military Service Dog New Lease on Life - Fox News Fri, 26 Nov 2010 19:35:50 GMT+00:00

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Stem Cell Treatment Gives Retired Military Service Dog New Lease on Life
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2007, after he nearly lost his life trying to save their late son Cpl. Dustin Lee, 20, from a rocket attack in Iraq in March 2007. ...

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