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Bush warns Iraqis of terrorist ‘chaos and carnage’ without government

President George W. Bush stepped up pressure on Iraqi politicians to form a government, warning that if extremists win in Iraq they will target other Arab nations. His comments in a speech highlighted the mounting impatience in Washington at the failure to form a permanent government four months after Iraq’s historic elections. “The longer Iraq’s leaders delay in forming a unity government, the greater the risk that the terrorists and former regime elements will succeed in their efforts to foment division and to stop the progress of an Iraq democracy,” Bush said. Full Story

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