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Jordan is considering a request by Iraq to pardon Iraqi politician Ahmad Chalabi in a possible deal that would return millions of dollars a court accused him of
embezzling in a bank scandal.
Talks between Shia leaders to pick Iraq's next prime minister have resumed after a break for the Shia religious festival of Ashura. 

Iraq's Interior Minister Falah al-Naqib says there is no arrest warrant for Ahmad Chalabi.

Ahmad Chalabi, the leader of the Iraqi National Congress, will be arrested after the Eid al-Adha holidays, Iraq's interim defence minister has said.
A key aide to Iraqi National Congress party leader Ahmad Chalabi has paid a visit to Israel to explore "future horizons" in Iraqi-Israeli relations.
Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank
An armed group has told Aljazeera it is responsible for an attempt on the life of Iraqi politician Ahmad Chalabi.

Iraqi politician Ahmad Chalabi has said that counterfeiting charges against him have been dropped.

Iraqi politician Ahmad Chalabi has survived an assassination attempt while mortar rounds have exploded near the Green Zone where Iraq's new National Council is meeting for the first time.

Jordan is reacting angrily to news that the family of Ahmad Chalabi is suing it for allegedly conspiring with Iraq to murder him and destroy his family business.

Controversial Iraqi politician Ahmad Chalabi returned on Wednesday to Baghdad, where an arrest warrant has been issued against him on money counterfeiting charges.
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