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July 1, 2014 6:32 PM

Iraq’s feuding politicians storm out of Parliament’s first session

Hopes that Iraqi politicians would rapidly form a new government to help counter the advance of Islamist gunmen and win U.S. help were dashed on Tuesday after Sunni Muslim and Kurdish members of the Iraqi Parliament walked out of what was to have been their first session since elections in April.

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