State Department Orders 'Non-Emergency' Government Employees To Leave Iraq The U.S. ordered non-essential personnel to leave its diplomatic missions in Baghdad and Erbil on Wednesday. The Trump administration says Iran poses a threat to U.S. interests in the region.
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State Department Orders 'Non-Emergency' Government Employees To Leave Iraq

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State Department Orders 'Non-Emergency' Government Employees To Leave Iraq

State Department Orders 'Non-Emergency' Government Employees To Leave Iraq

State Department Orders 'Non-Emergency' Government Employees To Leave Iraq

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The U.S. ordered non-essential personnel to leave its diplomatic missions in Baghdad and Erbil on Wednesday. The Trump administration says Iran poses a threat to U.S. interests in the region.