Will Obama's Visit Shape A New Middle East?

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U.S. Concerned By Iraq's Relationship With Iran

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Iraqi Refugees Find Hard Times In California

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'Tiny Fraction' Took Advantage During Iraq's Reconstruction

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Revisiting Iraq: A Sister On The Edge

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Residents visit the tomb of a loved one at the New Kerbala cemetery in the holy city of Kerbala, Iraq, in 2007. Mushtaq Muhammad /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Face To Face With Death In Iraq

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'Unwilling Witness': Former Journalist Recalls Iraq War

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Dunya Mikhail is an Iraqi-American poet who teaches in Michigan. She has published five books in Arabic and two in English. Michael Smith/Courtesy of Dunya Mikhail hide caption

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Revisiting Iraq Through The Eyes Of An Exiled Poet

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Remembering Iraq: How Personal Stories Square With Press

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Iraq War: Retired Marine Faces The Past

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Perle Looks Back On The Start Of The Iraq War

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Dancer Josh Burnham plays the role of Colin Wolfe in the Manassas Ballet Theatre production Colin. Melanie Beus Photography hide caption

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A Ballet Memorial For A Son Killed At War

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A soldier in the last American military convoy to depart Iraq, from the 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, waves after crossing over the border into Kuwait on Dec. 18, 2011. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Baghdad, A Decade Later

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