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State Dept. Sees Accomplishments in Iraq

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State Dept. Sees Accomplishments in Iraq

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State Dept. Sees Accomplishments in Iraq

State Dept. Sees Accomplishments in Iraq

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One year ago this week the Iraqi Parliament, under the leadership of Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki, was sworn into office. While violence in the country has increased David Satterfield, a senior advisor at the State Department, tells Steve Inskeep that some commitments have been honored.

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