Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The U.S. Wants To Deport Hundreds of Iraqis have remained in the U.S. after committing crimes because Iraq wouldn't take them back. Many are being deported after Iraq agreed to repatriate them.
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Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The U.S. Wants To Deport

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Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The U.S. Wants To Deport

Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The U.S. Wants To Deport

Iraq Agrees To Accept Its Citizens The U.S. Wants To Deport

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Hundreds of Iraqis have remained in the U.S. after committing crimes because Iraq wouldn't take them back. Many are finally being deported after Iraq agreed to repatriate them as part of a deal to remove the country from President Trump's travel ban.