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State Department Urges U.S. Government Employees To Leave Iraq

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State Department Urges U.S. Government Employees To Leave Iraq

State Department Urges U.S. Government Employees To Leave Iraq

The state department is urging all non-emergency U.S. government officials to leave Iraq immediately, amid the country's conflict with Iran.

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