Iraq Fails To Form New Gov't

Investor's Business Daily
July 2014
Investors Business Daily;7/7/2014, pB02
8 Negotiations to pick a new PM, president and speaker collapsed, with Sunni and Kurd lawmakers walking out of parliament, dimming hope that Iraq will quickly transition to a more inclusive gov't that can ease sectarian violence and combat Sunni militants. Kurd leaders pushed for an independence referendum. The U.S. is sending 200 more troops to Iraq.


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