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The Iraqi newspaper Al Sabaah has reported that the US occupation authorities in Iraq are about to nominate an Iraqi minister of defence in coordination with the Iraqi Governing Council (IGC). 

Throughout recent history, Kurds have fought for their independence.

Ahmed Alquni

In occupied Iraq the previously dominant Sunni group is being deliberately marginalised. Here one analyst shares his assessment of the situation.

Dr Gareth Stansfield
Iraqi leaders have agreed to invite the United Nations back to Baghdad to advise the country on its transition to self-rule, Iraqi officials have said.

Washington is likely to relinquish sovereignty of Iraq

A senior

The envisaged Iraq cakewalk has turned into a quagmire with some parties involved now more anxious to acquire or maintain a sizeable political ranking than anything else.

Ahmad Amrawi
Iraq's most influential Shia cleric has criticised the nation's newly signed interim constitution, saying it will not have legitimacy until it is approved by an elected body.
Shia politicians who have delayed the signing of Iraq's interim constitution say they will sign the document without any changes despite reservations.

The two major players in post-war Iraq, Muslim Shia and Kurds have been fighting over the spoils of the war that toppled Saddam Hussein last April.

Ahmed Janabi
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