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Iraq Hopes Tribes Will Oust Islamic Militantsi
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February 01, 2014 2:26 AM
Violence continues to escalate in Iraq since al-Qaida-linked militants seized neighborhoods in the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi in Anbar province. As VOA correspondent Meredith Buel reports, top Iraqi officials are hoping the country’s military will not be forced to storm the city and risk large-scale civilian casualties.

Iraq Hopes Tribes Will Oust Islamic Militants

Published January 31, 2014

Violence continues to escalate in Iraq since al-Qaida-linked militants seized neighborhoods in the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi in Anbar province. As VOA correspondent Meredith Buel reports, top Iraqi officials are hoping the country’s military will not be forced to storm the city and risk large-scale civilian casualties.


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