Iraq may break PM deadlock

Iraqi leaders may break a four-month deadlock over a new prime minister on Saturday that has held up the formation of a national unity government, widely seen as vital to averting any slide into sectarian civil war. Jawad al-Maliki, a tough-talking Shi’ite leader, was almost certain to become

Iraq’s new prime minister after he was nominated by the Shi’ite Alliance in a compromise vote that won initial backing from main Sunni Arab and Kurdish blocs. Full Story

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