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A senator and civilian contractors have accused the US administration of allowing Iraqi reconstruction to become as chaotic as the Wild West.

The US occupation authority that governed Iraq after the 2003 invasion did not properly safeguard $8.8 billion of Iraq's money, leaving the funds open to corruption, a US audit released on Sunday has said.
US investigators found multiple examples of fraud and abuse in millions of dollars worth of contracts to rebuild Iraq that used US taxpayer and Iraqi funds, according to an audit released on Friday.
After Paul Bremer handed over "sovereignty" to the Iraqi interim government on Monday, he reflected on his 13 months as de facto ruler of the country.
Roshan Muhammed Salih
The United States and Britain circulated a revised draft of a resolution on Iraq to Security Council members on Monday. This is what it said.
The US overseer for Iraq, Paul Bremer, has aired the possibility of an American pullout from the country, saying the United States did not stay where it was "not welcomed".

Following the invasion of Iraq in March 2003, the US and its allies were concerned with installing a caretaker administration prior to plans to install an Iraqi civilian authority.

These are the details of the agreement signed on 15 November for an accelerated handover of sovereignty in Iraq. The plan is under review by the interim leadership in the face of demands from Shias for immediate elections.
A leading British charity has accused American and British administrators in Iraq of failing to account for $4 billion in oil revenue.
Shaista Aziz

A US Democratic senator has said he will try and strip $200 million from the White House's Iraq budget request after a non-partisan report shows the estimate for

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