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Iraq agrees with neighbouring states to check infiltration as violence rages

Iraq’s interim leadership said it would work with neighbouring countries to curb infiltration by foreign fighters into the country, where a spate of attacks last week left some 130 people dead. On the political front, the US overseer in Iraq, Paul Bremer, said the United States remained open to alternatives on how to transfer power to the Iraqis, but was committed to the June 30 date set by President George W. Bush. And Iraqi police arrested Mohammad Zimam Abdul Razzaq al-Saadun, an ex-Baath party official on the US list of most-wanted Iraqis, an Iraqi official said, leaving 11 members of Saddam Hussein’s ousted regime still at large. Full Story

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