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By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / May 1, 2004

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BAGHDAD -- Iraq's proposed new flag hasn't been officially unveiled yet, but the innocuous yellow, blue, and white standard has already raised so much ire in Iraq that a crowd in Sadr City yesterday burned a replica of the flag, which they condemned for looking too much like Israel's. (Full Article: 627 Words)

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