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Iraq: Two years later

In land of fear, hope takes root

Nation looks to future, though violence rages

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / March 20, 2005

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First of two parts BAGHDAD -- In the two fitful years since American troops rolled across the border bearing the promise of liberation, Iraq has lurched from a grim police state to wide-open anarchy to its present condition: a daily hell that somehow still bristles with hope. (Full article: 2234 words)

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