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Fears of fresh attacks high ahead of Iraqi basic law signing

Fears of fresh violence in Iraq ran high, a day before the country’s leaders were due to sign a temporary constitution seen as a major milestone on the road to democracy. “Tomorrow could be a key target (for an attack),” said a senior official of the US-led coalition, referring to the signing ceremony that will be attended by the 25 members of Iraq’s US-picked interim Governing Council. A podium stands ready for leaders from Iraq’s diverse religious and ethnic groups to sign into law a temporary constitution on Friday for the country’s immediate future once the coalition hands back sovereignty on June 30. Full Story

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