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A Profile of Iraq's Anbar Province

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A Profile of Iraq's Anbar Province

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Anbar province is a vast area of Iraq, bordering Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. hide caption

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Anbar province is a vast area of Iraq, bordering Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

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Talk more about Anbar province on 'Blog of the Nation':

Army Colonel Sean MacFarland played a key role in the military's efforts to stabilize Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's Anbar province.

MacFarland returned from Iraq earlier this year; he discusses what the military is doing in Anbar, and weighs in on the region's political influence in Iraq.

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Army Colonel Sean Macfarland, served in Anbar province during 2006 and 2007

Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News