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Iraq says US behind in arms deliveries

Only a fraction of $2b order has been filled

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / November 3, 2007

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WASHINGTON - More than a year after the government of Iraq paid more than $2 billion to the US government to purchase weapons and equipment for their military and police force, most of the equipment has yet to be delivered, slowing the ability of Iraqi units to take greater responsibility for their country's security, according to Iraqi officials. (Full article: 843 words)

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