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Roundup Of Saddam Loyalists Stokes Sectarian Fears

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As U.S. troops pull out of Iraq, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is on a campaign to arrest and fire hundreds of former loyalists of Saddam Hussein. Maliki says it's an effort to prevent an elaborate coup attempt. But some Iraqis say Maliki is just making excuses to shore up power, positioning himself to become the next dictator.
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