An Iraqi Police Chief Is Murdered; Can Justice Be Served?

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When a local police chief was shot in the forehead in the impoverished southern Iraqi city of Amarah, the killing passed largely unnoticed. But a month later, the case is emerging as a test of the justice system in Iraq. Three brothers are implicated in the killing. One, the leader of an influential tribe, served
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