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After year of Iraqi sovereignty, numbers point to mixed results

At the one-year mark since the US handover of sovereignty in Iraq, the numbers behind the conflict shed light on the progress made and the insurgent-driven turmoil that threatens to tear apart the fledgling democracy. There have been positive developments since June 28, 2004, the most notable being the election of the 275-member National Assembly on Jan. 30, Iraq’s first free election in half a century. The assembly appointed the rest of the government the following month. But smaller gains have been made as well. Full Story

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