Maliki’s Past Comes Back to Haunt Iraq as Shiite Parties RevoltKhalid Al-Ansary and Caroline Alexander
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is caught between a raging militant insurgency and fast-evaporating credibility among allies at home and abroad. His critics say he’s paying for his own failures.
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