Iraq: Political Deadlock Stalls Energy Development 

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Hundreds of protesters stormed parliament in Baghdad on Wednesday, drawing attention to the sorry state of affairs in Iraq, which has now gone a record 290 days without forming a government since elections were held in October.

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