Violence in Iraq

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Violence in Iraq has, since the end of “major combat operations,” been largely identified with the “Sunni Triangle” in the center of the country.  The Shia—who make up almost two thirds of Iraq’s 25 million people—were glad to see Saddam fall.  They were prepared to accept . . .

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