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U.S. Hopes to Build Iraqi Police Force

Down a dingy hallway that reeks of backed up sewage, Iraqi policemen in crisp blue uniforms cluster around a new computer, going over the finer points of crime scene photographs with tough-talking ex-cops from the United States. After three years focused on building a new Iraqi army, U.S. officials have proclaimed this the year of the police: They hope a professional police force capable of enforcing law and order will lure Iraqis away from a deadly insurgency — and end sectarian fighting — so American troops can start going home. Full Story

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