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A vehicle burns after a bomb attack in Kirkuk, 155 miles north of Baghdad, October 28, 2007.
Residents gather at the scene of a car bomb attack in Kirkuk, 250 km (155 miles) north of Baghdad Oct. 11, 2007. A car bomb targeting the traffic police chief of Kirkuk killed at least seven people and wounded 50 others, the latest in a spate of attacks on senior police officials in northern Iraq.
US troops would probably stay in Iraq for a "protracted period" despite gradual withdrawal, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Sunday, September 16, 2007.
Iraqi children look at a US soldier patrolling in the al-Allawi neighbourhood in central Baghdad. The Iraqi government has only reached 7 of its 18 political and security goals US Congress set in May, said a newly-released report on Tuesday, September 4, 2007.
US President Bush(center) shakes hands with an Iraqi tribal leader during a meeting with tribal leaders at Al-Asad Airbase in Anbar province, Iraq, Monday, Sept. 3, 2007.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China
Reconstruction of Iraq
News Update
9 Iraqis accidentally killed
Baghdad market blasts kill 72
Suicide attack kills police chief in northern Iraq
14 killed,112 wounded in Mosul blast
Six killed, 12 wounded in Kirkuk blast
Suicide attack kills 15 in northern Iraq
6 US soldiers killed in booby-trap bomb attack
US soldiers killed by Iraqi beat pregnant woman
Pentagon calls 2007 deadliest year of Iraq war
US underscores mission in Iraq
US troop reduction in Iraq 'on schedule'
Bush touts progress in Iraq, Afghanistan
China's Stance
Int'l Security Conference to Help Restore Iraqi Stability
China to Write Off Iraqi Debts
China's Position Elaborated at Baghdad Meeting
FM Spokesman on Bush's Pledge of More Troops for Iraq
FM: Iraqi Affairs Should Be Decided by Iraqi People
China Says Fate of Saddam Should Be Decided by Iraqi People
China Willing to Boost Oil Cooperation with Iraq
China Concerned About Iraq's Situation
Chinese FM Responds to al-Zarqawi's Death
Hu Sends Condolences to Iraq on Stampede Disaster
International Community Response
World Reacts to Saddam's Death Sentence
UK Ambassador: Iraq Is Likely to Break Up
Bush Hails 'New Day' in Iraq; No Word on Troops
Prodi to Propose Withdrawal of Troops from Iraq
Int'l Meeting Reiterates Support for Iraq
UN to Discipline Officials over Report
UN Oil-for-Food Procurement System 'Tainted'
Poland to Withdraw 800 Troops from Iraq
World Welcomes Voting
UN: US Military Overenthusiastic
Iraqi Situation improves, challenges still remain
Iraq's reconciliation remains on rocks
Bush's Iraq Journey Preludes to Policy Change?
Iraq 'Failure' Report to Hasten Bush's What to Do Next Count
Why the US Isn't Leaving Iraq Any Time Soon
Iraqi Refugee Crisis
US and Japan Must Admit Iraq War a Mistake
Four Years After Saddam Statue Fall, Iraq Still in Chaos
Time to Change Strategy
Four Bloody Years
UN Weapons Inspection in Iraq
UN Monitoring Commission Continues Analysis Work on Iraq
Hans Blix: Iraq Destroyed Weapons of Massive Destruction 10 Years Ago
Envoys: Progress Made on Iraqi Uranium
Blix Questions Basis of Iraq War
Blix Defends Inspectors' Credibility
UN Appoints Acting Chief for Iraq Weapons Inspection Body
UN Nuclear Experts Visit Iraqi Plant
Blix: UNMOVIC Ready to Be Independent Verifier for Findings in Iraq
US and UN Inspectors Divided over Inspections in Iraq
Chief UN Inspector Wishes to Do Further Inspection Work Independently

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