Iraqi politician Ahmed Chalabi tours an Iraqi-owned cargo ship that had been planned to sail full of doctors, nurses and medical supplies to Bahrain but the trip was canceled.
Iraqi politician Ahmed Chalabi tours an Iraqi-owned cargo ship that had been planned to sail full of doctors, nurses and medical supplies to Bahrain but the trip was canceled. Roy Gutman/MCT
Iraqi politician Ahmed Chalabi tours an Iraqi-owned cargo ship that had been planned to sail full of doctors, nurses and medical supplies to Bahrain but the trip was canceled. Roy Gutman/MCT

Iraq's Chalabi, who sought invasion, now wants U.S. out

June 07, 2011 06:41 PM

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