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  2. Iraq - Wikipedia

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    Name. The Arabic name العراق al-ʿIrāq has been in use since before the 6th century. There are several suggested origins for the name. One dates to ...

  3. Iraq - The New York Times

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    Keep up to date on the latest news in Iraq. Browse The New York Times's complete collection of articles and commentary on Iraq.

  4. Iraq War - Wikipedia

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    Iraq War; Part of the Iraq conflict (2003–present) and the War on Terror: Clockwise from top: U.S. troops at Uday and Qusay Hussein's hideout; insurgents in ...

  5. Iraq: Country of southwestern Asia. During ancient times the lands now comprising Iraq were known as Mesopotamia (“Land Between the Rivers”), a region whose ...

  6. Iraq | World | The Guardian

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    US-led coalition says its strikes have killed 800 Iraqi and Syrian civilians

  7. CIA: The World Factbook: Iraq - Central Intelligence Agency

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    Features map and brief descriptions of the geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.

  8. Iraq | HuffPost

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    Karen Meredith’s son Ken was killed in Iraq in 2003. She told us what it was like getting a letter of condolence from President George W. Bush and gave her reaction ...

  9. Iraq Fast Facts - CNN

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    Read CNN's Iraq Fast Facts for a look at the country which borders Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Iran and the Persian Gulf.

  10. Iran-Iraq earthquake is deadliest of 2017 - CNN

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    At least 452 people were killed and thousands injured after a powerful earthquake struck near the border of Iran and Iraq late Sunday.

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