Mon April 18, 2011

Sectarian Divisions Linger In Iraq

As the U.S. military looks to pull out most of its troops from Iraq by the end of this year, the country still faces the problem of sectarianism. In Diyala province south of Baghdad, a Shiite tribe that had recently returned to its land after being displaced during sectarian fighting was attacked by a neighboring Sunni tribe. Now the Shiite tribe is forcing the Sunni tribe out of the area.

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