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Iraq Leader Threatens Death to Militants

Iraqi interim President Ghazi al-Yawer threatened Monday to use a “very sharp sword” to fight insurgents threatening the security of the country, a day after three U.S. soldiers died in attacks north of Baghdad. Also Monday, France and Iraq restored diplomatic relations that were severed before the Gulf War 13 years ago. Al-Yawer spoke two weeks after the United States handed sovereignty over to an interim Iraqi government. The handover, however, has not quelled the violence that has wracked the country since the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime nearly 15 months ago.Full Story

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