Iraqi Parliament Pulls Together as Break Looms

A bloc of Sunni lawmakers ended its boycott of the Iraqi parliament, just days after a key Shiite group also returned to the legislature. The moves raise hopes for progress on legislation, but parliament is due to break for its monthlong summer recess in less than two weeks.

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