Iraqi anti-government gunmen from Sunni tribes in western Anbar province march during a protest in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, Friday. Azhar Shallal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Op-Ed: The Iraq War's Lessons For Syria

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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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