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Jul 31, 2020
Zaid Sabah gets down to brass tacksin The Washington Post:
A wave of attacks in Baghdad and areas north of the capital Sunday shattered a relative lull in violence, killing 16 people and injuring 15 a day after Prime Minister Nouri al-Malikideclared that Iraq’sgovernment had defeated terrorism. …
The action coincided with Maliki’s visit to the Emirates, which had withdrawn its ambassador to Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, following the kidnapping of one of its diplomats, who was later released. Maliki again stressed that Iraq was becoming more stable.
“Our hopes were restricted on improving the security situation, and thank God we succeed in spreading security and direct strong blows to the al-Qaedaand lawbreakers,” Maliki told senior officials in the Emirates.
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