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UN plans to open new Baghdad office

The UN secretary-general said the world body plans to open a new office in Baghdad to encourage cooperation between Iraq and its neighbors, but voiced strong concerns about the continuing security problems in the country. Ban Ki-moon said he hoped “more would be done” to improve Baghdad’s security as the UN builds its presence, which has been greatly reduced since an Aug. 19, 2003, bombing at its Baghdad headquarters that killed 22 people. Full Story

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