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Potential for clash seen in security

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / June 29, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- With the handover of Iraqi sovereignty yesterday, the US-led military coalition in Iraq ceased to be an occupying power, yet it will continue to be the primary guarantor of security, a dichotomy that could lead to disputes between the two sides in the coming weeks and months, according to some US and Iraqi officials. (Full Article: 562 Words)

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