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US Formally Ends Iraq War With Little Fanfare







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US Formally Ends Iraq War With Little Fanfare


US Formally Ends Iraq War With Little Fanfare
There was no "Mission Accomplished" banner. No victory parade down the center of a capital scarred and rearranged by nearly nine years of war. No crowds of cheering Iraqis grateful for liberation from Saddam Hussein. Read More


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