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BASRA, Iraq, Apr. 26, 2009 (Reuters) — Iraq viewed a U.S. military raid that killed two people as a crime that violated a bilateral security pact and demanded on Sunday that U.S. forces hand those responsible to the courts, an Iraqi official said.
The condemnation of the raid by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's government came after hundreds of Iraqis protested in the southern city of Kut against U.S. forces and the provincial governor condemned the military operation.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by Darth_Prime
Meh, ofcourse America thinks it can still do whatever it wants in Iraq, it still owns Iraq as far as the army is concerned.
That forces pact was just a way for the US to do more cloaked operations without drawing so much attention.
By making the Iraqi army do the mundane things that need to be done, the american army can move their agenda forward.