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Allawi Seeks Jordan's Help in Anti-Insurgency War

Iraq’s interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi arrived in Amman Monday to seek the aid of Jordan’s King Abdullah in crushing foreign Islamic militants and remnants of Saddam Hussein’s regime, officials said. “Allawi’s priority is to get Jordan’s long expertise in battling extremists in the war against the terrorists in Iraq. We are more than ready to help. We face a common enemy,” a senior security official who requested anonymity told Reuters. Jordan, a U.S. ally, is the first leg of Allawi’s tour of Arab states bordering Iraq — his first since the U.S.-led occupiers handed powers to his government on June 28. Full Story

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