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US trains Iraqi police

The US is spending millions of dollars to help Iraqi police take over their nation's security.


    As US forces pull out of Iraq, the nation's security will soon be in the hands of its homegrown forces.

    But will the Iraqi police be competent enough to handle the multiple security challenges?

    The US state department is spending millions of dollars helping them prepare. 

    Rawya Rageh reports from Baghdad's police training college.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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