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IRAQ/
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February 02, 2008
Ahmad Chalabi, head of the Accountability and Justice Commission, gestures towards reporters during a...
Baghdad, Iraq
Head of the Accountability and Justice Commission Chalabi gestures towards reporters during a news conference...
Ahmad Chalabi, head of the Accountability and Justice Commission, gestures towards reporters during a news conference in Baghdad February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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February 02, 2008
Ahmad Chalabi (R), head of the Accountability and Justice Commission, gestures as he speaks during a...
Baghdad, Iraq
Head of Accountability and Justice Commission Chalabi gestures as he speaks during news conference in...
Ahmad Chalabi (R), head of the Accountability and Justice Commission, gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Baghdad February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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February 10, 2007
Iraqi National Congress political party leader and a member of the Parliament Ahmad al-Chalabi (2nd R)...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi National Congress political party leader and a member of the Parliament Ahmad al-Chalabi prays...
Iraqi National Congress political party leader and a member of the Parliament Ahmad al-Chalabi (2nd R) prays with Shi'ite and Sunni tribal men in a Sunni mosque in Baghdad's Sadr City February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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February 10, 2007
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad al-Chalabi (3rd L) listens to a discussion during his visit to a...
Baghdad, Iraq
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad al-Chalabi listens to a discussion during his visit to a Sunni mosque...
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad al-Chalabi (3rd L) listens to a discussion during his visit to a Sunni mosque in Baghdad's Sadr City February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
IRAQ
RTR1DIIX
May 18, 2006
(L-R) Iraqi outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi, outgoing Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari...
Baghdad
Iraqi outgoing Deputy PM Chalabi, outgoing PM al-Jaafari and outgoing Minister of Foreign Affairs Zebari...
(L-R) Iraqi outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi, outgoing Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and outgoing Minister of Foreign Affairs Hoshyar Zebari chat during a reception at U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad's private residency in the heavily fortified Green Zone area in Baghdad, May 18, 2006. Khalilzad hosted reception and dinner in honor of al-Jaafari on Thursday. REUTERS/Marco Di Lauro/Pool
IRAQ
RTR1DI6A
May 18, 2006
Outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari attends his last cabinet session with outgoing Deputy...
Baghdad
Outgoing Iraqi PM Ibrahim al-Jaafari attends last cabinet session at his office in Baghdad
Outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari attends his last cabinet session with outgoing Deputy Prime Ministers Mutlak al-Jubori (L) and Ahmad Chalabi (R) at his office inside the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq May 18, 2006. Iraq's prime minister-designate Nuri al-Maliki said on Tuesday he was close to forming a government that would end five months of stalemate marked by a lurch to civil war. REUTERS/Mohammed Hato/Pool
IRAQ
RTR1CFAT
April 11, 2006
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari (L) sits with Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi during a government...
Baghdad
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari presides over cabinet meeting in Baghdad
Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari (L) sits with Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi during a government cabinet meeting in Baghdad April 11, 2006. Jaafari's stubborn fight to stay on as Iraq's prime minister looked all but over on Tuesday after a party in his main Shi'ite alliance offered to name a replacement to break a four-month-old political deadlock. REUTERS/Ali Abbas/Pool
IRAQ
RTR16XWI
March 06, 2006
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks to reporters after meeting prominent Shi'ite cleric...
Najaf
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi talks to reporters after meeting Shi'ite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani...
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks to reporters after meeting prominent Shi'ite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani in the holy city of Najaf, about 160km (100 miles) south of Baghdad March 6, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR16OQT
February 27, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR16OQN
February 27, 2006
Security officers flank Australia's deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (centre L) and his Iraqi counterpart...
Baghdad
Security officers flank Australia's deputy PM Vaile and his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi at meeting to discuss...
Security officers flank Australia's deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (centre L) and his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi (centre R) at a meeting to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR16OQL
February 27, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR16OQJ
February 27, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) meets his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile meets his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) meets his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR16OQI
February 27, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR1BR47
February 26, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR1BR41
February 26, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR1BQTJ
February 26, 2006
Security officers flank Australia's deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (centre L) and his Iraqi counterpart...
Baghdad
Security officers flank Australia's deputy PM Vaile and his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi at meeting to discuss...
Security officers flank Australia's deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (centre L) and his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi (centre R) at a meeting to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR1BQKK
February 26, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in...
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) holds talks with his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
IRAQ AUSTRALIA
RTR1BQKG
February 26, 2006
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) meets his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss...
Baghdad
Australia's Deputy PM Vaile meets his Iraqi counterpart Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad
Australia's Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile (R) meets his Iraqi counterpart Ahmad Chalabi to discuss wheat sales in Baghdad February 26, 2006. Vaile left Baghdad with an Iraqi promise to buy Australian wheat, but not from monopoly exporter AWB Ltd. Picture taken February 26, 2006. REUTERS/John Feder/Pool
OIL OPEC
RTR19DZ2
January 31, 2006
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks with journalists at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC...
Vienna, Austria
Irak's Deputy PM Chalabi talks with journalists at an OPEC meeting in Vienna
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks with journalists at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in OPEC's Vienna headquarters January 31, 2006. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OIL OPEC
RTR19DN2
January 31, 2006
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (bottom R) talks with journalists at the beginning of a meeting...
Vienna, Austria
Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi talks with journalists at an OPEC meeting in Vienna
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (bottom R) talks with journalists at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in OPEC's Vienna headquarters January 31, 2006. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
OIL OPEC
RTR19DEH
January 31, 2006
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks to journalists at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC...
Vienna, Austria
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi talks to journalists at an OPEC meeting in Vienna
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi talks to journalists at the beginning of a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in OPEC's Vienna headquarters January 31, 2006. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader
DAVOS FORUM
RTR1964I
January 28, 2006
Iraqi Shiite Sheikh Humam Hammoudi is seen on screen as (L-R) British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Iraqi...
Davos, Switzerland
Participants discuss during a session at the World Economic Forum in Davos
Iraqi Shiite Sheikh Humam Hammoudi is seen on screen as (L-R) British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Iraqi Planning Minister Barham Salih, Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick, Iraq's National Assembly Speaker Hajim al-Hassani, U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Sheikh Humam Hammoudi, Secretary-General of the Arab League Amre Moussa and Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius discuss during the 'What ist at Stake in Iraq' session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, January 28, 2006. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
DAVOS FORUM
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January 28, 2006
Iraqi Shiite Sheikh Humam Hammoudi is seen on screen as (L-R) British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Iraqi...
Davos, Switzerland
Participants discuss during a session at the World Economic Forum in Davos
Iraqi Shiite Sheikh Humam Hammoudi is seen on screen as (L-R) British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, Iraqi Planning Minister Barham Salih, Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick, Iraq's National Assembly Speaker Hajim al-Hassani, U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Sheikh Humam Hammoudi, Secretary-General of the Arab League Amre Moussa and Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius discuss during the 'What is at Stake in Iraq' session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, January 28, 2006. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener
IRAQ ELECTIONS CHALABI
RTR1AZVZ
December 13, 2005
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to supporters while campaigning for Thursday's parliamentary...
Basra
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi speaks to supporters in Basra
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to supporters while campaigning for Thursday's parliamentary elections in the Iraqi city of Basra December 13, 2005. Chalabi has been called many things, few of them flattering: a crook, a Pentagon stooge and a trickster who fooled Americans into invading Iraq with false intelligence and then sold U.S. secrets to Iran. The urbane and wealthy banker rejects all those barbs, none of which has deterred him from pursuing his political ambitions via a convoluted course worthy of his mathematician's training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Picture taken December 13, 2005. REUTERS/Atef Hassan
IRAQ ELECTIONS CHALABI
RTR1AZVS
December 13, 2005
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (L) talks to his aides during a break while campaigning for...
Basra
Iraq's Deputy PM Ahmad Chalabi talks to his aides in Basra
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (L) talks to his aides during a break while campaigning for Thursday's parliamentary elections in the Iraqi city of Basra December 13, 2005. Chalabi has been called many things, few of them flattering: a crook, a Pentagon stooge and a trickster who fooled Americans into invading Iraq with false intelligence and then sold U.S. secrets to Iran. The urbane and wealthy banker rejects all those barbs, none of which has deterred him from pursuing his political ambitions via a convoluted course worthy of his mathematician's training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Picture taken December 13, 2005 REUTERS/Atef Hassan
IRAQ ELECTION
RTR1AWZN
December 13, 2005
An Iraqi woman carries a gas heater, with a poster with Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi on...
Najaf
An Iraqi woman carries a gas heater with a poster with Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Chalabi on the box...
An Iraqi woman carries a gas heater, with a poster with Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi on the box, which she received as a present at the headquarters of Chalabi's party in the city of Najaf December 13, 2005. Iraq's election for its first full-term parliament since Saddam Hussein's fall began on Monday with Iraqis in hospitals, barracks and prisons voting in a ballot Islamist militants branded as ungodly. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish
IRAQ
RTR1AJIC
December 08, 2005
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (3rd L) speaks to a delegate during a meeting of Shi'ite political...
Baghdad
Iraqs deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to delegate at meeting of Shi'ite political groups in...
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (3rd L) speaks to a delegate during a meeting of Shi'ite political groups at the Imam Mosa al-Kazim shrine in Baghdad December 8, 2005. More than 20 Shi'ite political groups gathered to participate in the founding conference of the National Honouring Bond. The conference, which was aimed at obtaining the full support and signatures of Shi'ite political leaders on the charter, was organized by the office of fiery Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
RTR1AJ51
December 08, 2005
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (2nd L) listens to a speech during a meeting of Shi'ite political...
Baghdad
Iraqs deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi listens to speech at meeting of Shi'ite political groups in...
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (2nd L) listens to a speech during a meeting of Shi'ite political groups at the Imam Mosa al-Kazim shrine in Baghdad December 8, 2005. More than 20 Shi'ite political groups gathered to participate in the founding conference of the National Honouring Bond. The conference, which was aimed at obtaining the full support and signatures of Shi'ite political leaders on the charter, was organized by the office of fiery Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
RTR1BKMJ
November 24, 2005
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad al-Chalabi (R) and Minister of Interior Bayan Jabr speak during a parade...
Baghdad
Deputy PM al-Chalabi and Minister of Interior Jabr speak during a parade in Baghdad
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad al-Chalabi (R) and Minister of Interior Bayan Jabr speak during a parade of the Iraqi army and Police Commandos of the Interior Ministry in Baghdad, November 24, 2005. Since last Friday, nearly 200 people have been killed in a series of suicide bombings and car bomb blasts, including 77 killed when bombers strapped with explosives blew themselves up inside two Shi'ite mosques in the northern town of Khanaqin. REUTERS/Ali Jasim
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1ATZH
November 11, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks in New York
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York November 11, 2005. A favorite of the Bush administration who fell from favor after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Chalabi achieved a kind of political rehabilitation on a high-profile Washington visit that included meetings with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. REUTERS/ Chip East
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1ATZC
November 11, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York, November...
New York, UNITED STATES
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks in New York
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York, November 11, 2005. A favorite of the Bush administration who fell from favor after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Chalabi achieved a kind of political rehabilitation on a high-profile Washington visit that included meetings with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. REUTERS/ Chip East
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1ATZ3
November 11, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Chalabi speaks in New York
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi speaks to the Council on Foreign Relations, in New York November 11, 2005. A favorite of the Bush administration who fell from favor after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Chalabi achieved a kind of political rehabilitation on a high-profile Washington visit that included meetings with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley. REUTERS/ Chip East
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO7N
November 09, 2005
Demonstrators display a banner protesting the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington,...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Demonstrators display banner protesting visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Chalabi in Washington
Demonstrators display a banner protesting the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington, November 9, 2005. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO7J
November 09, 2005
A protestor wears a U.S. President George W. Bush mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protestor wearing US President George W. Bush mask demonstrates against visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister...
A protestor wears a U.S. President George W. Bush mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington November 9, 2005. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO6V
November 09, 2005
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protestor wearing US Vice President Cheney mask demonstrates against visit of Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi...
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington, November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ USA CHALABI
RTR1AO2F
November 09, 2005
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Protestor wearing US Vice President Cheney mask demonstrates against visit of Iraqi Deputy PM Chalabi...
Protestor Shay Lohman wears a U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney mask as he demonstrates against the visit of Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi in Washington November 9, 2005. Chalabi met U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, stirring Iraq war critics who denounced the visit of the man most associated with discredited prewar intelligence. The apparent rehabilitation of Chalabi in U.S. eyes ahead of Iraqi elections next month added new fire to a growing U.S. debate over President George W. Bush's conduct of the war, which has contributed to a deep dive in Bush's public approval ratings. REUTERS/Jim Young
IRAQ CHALABI
RTR19XCI
November 02, 2005
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi, speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November 2,...
Baghdad
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister, Ahmad Chalabi, talks to journalists during a news conference in Baghdad...
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi, speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November 2, 2005. Chalabi, the controversial Iraqi politician, said on Wednesday meetings with senior U.S. officials this month would prove he had not been frozen out by Washington over information used to justify the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ CHALABI
RTR19X5I
November 02, 2005
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi, speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November 2,...
Baghdad
Iraq's deputy Prime Minister, Ahmad Chalabi, talks to journalists during a news conference in Baghdad...
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi, speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November 2, 2005. Chalabi, the controversial Iraqi politician, said on Wednesday meetings with senior U.S. officials this month would prove he had not been frozen out by Washington over information used to justify the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ CHALABI
RTR19VJG
November 02, 2005
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi (R), speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November...
Baghdad
Iraqs DPM Chalabi speaks during a news conference in Baghdad
Iraq's deputy prime minister, Ahmad Chalabi (R), speaks during a news conference in Baghdad, November 2, 2005, as member of Iraq's parliament, Sellama Al-Khafaji, looks on. Chalabi, the controversial Iraqi politician, said on Wednesday meetings with senior U.S. officials this month would prove he had not been frozen out by Washington over information used to justify the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani
IRAQ
RTR19AGD
October 12, 2005
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi attend a news conference in...
Baghdad
Iraqi President Talabani and Deputy PM Chalabi attend news conference in Baghdad
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi attend a news conference in Baghdad October 12, 2005. Talabani and other top politicians on Wednesday praised as "historic" the last-minute compromises that negotiators reached on the draft constitution and urged Iraqis to vote "yes" in this weekend's referendum. REUTERS/Samir Mizban/Pool
IRAQ
RTR19AG9
October 12, 2005
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi attend a news conference in...
Baghdad
Iraqi President Talabani and Deputy PM Chalabi attend news conference in Baghdad
Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (R) and Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi attend a news conference in Baghdad October 12, 2005. Talabani and other top politicians on Wednesday praised as "historic" the last-minute compromises that negotiators reached on the draft constitution and urged Iraqis to vote "yes" in this weekend's referendum. REUTERS/Samir Mizban/Pool
IRAQ
RTRJUPA
August 07, 2005
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi salutes Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (not seen) as he arrives...
Baghdad
Iraqi Deputy PM Ahmad Chalabi salutes Iraqi President Talabani before meeting in Baghdad.
Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi salutes Iraqi President Jalal Talabani (not seen) as he arrives for a meeting to discuss issues in the drafting of Iraq's new constitution in Baghdad, August 7, 2005. Talabani urged a spirit of compromise as political leaders gathered Sunday to try to resolve differences over a new constitution that is supposed to be approved by parliament before August 15. REUTERS/Hadi Mizban/Pool RCS/TC
IRAQ
RTRJL74
August 04, 2005
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (R) listens to the Iraqi national anthem with U.S. Army Lt....
Hilla
Iraqi and US officials listen to national anthem at police graduation event in southern Iraqi town of...
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (R) listens to the Iraqi national anthem with U.S. Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus (L) and an unidentified Iraqi general at a police graduation event in the southern Iraqi town of Hilla August 4, 2005. Over 400 new policemen graduated during the event. At a press conference held later in the day in Baghdad, Iraq's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari announced a new security plan for Iraq which had been adopted by government. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz RCS/VP
IRAQ
RTRJL43
August 04, 2005
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi speaks with military officials at police graduation event in southern Iraqi...
Hilla
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi speaks with military officials at police graduation event in southern Iraqi...
Iraq's Deputy PM Chalabi speaks with military officials at police graduation event in southern Iraqi town of Hilla. Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi (R) speaks with military officials at a police graduation event in the southern Iraqi town of Hilla August 4, 2005. Over 400 new policemen graduated during the event. At a news conference held later in the day in Baghdad, Iraq's Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari announced a new security plan for Iraq which had been adopted by government. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
IRAQ
RTRJ73S
July 31, 2005
A bodyguard for Iraq's deputy prime minister, his face hidden to conceal his identity, is treated in...
Baghdad
Wounded bodyguard for Iraqi deputy PM is treated in Baghdad hospital after attack in Latifiya.
A bodyguard for Iraq's deputy prime minister, his face hidden to conceal his identity, is treated in a Baghdad hospital following an attack in Latifiya, a town south of Baghdad July 31, 2005. Gunmen ambushed Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi's convoy on Sunday, killing one of his guards, police in the capital said. A police source said initial reports indicated the convoy was carrying mainly his bodyguards and that Chalabi may not have been in the convoy when it was attacked. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen RCS/VP
IRAQ
RTRJ73H
July 31, 2005
A bodyguard for Iraq's deputy prime minister, his face hidden to conceal his identity, is treated in...
Baghdad
Wounded bodyguard for Iraqi deputy PM is treated in Baghdad hospital after attack in Latifiya.
A bodyguard for Iraq's deputy prime minister, his face hidden to conceal his identity, is treated in a Baghdad hospital following an attack in Latifiya, a town south of Baghdad July 31, 2005. Gunmen ambushed Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi's convoy on Sunday, killing one of his guards, police in the capital said. A police source said initial reports indicated the convoy was carrying mainly his bodyguards and that Chalabi may not have been in the convoy when it was attacked. REUTERS/Mohammed Ameen RCS/VP
IRAQ
RTRCA3N
May 24, 2005
Iraqi Shi'ite leaders Moqtada al-Sadr (L), Ahmad Chalabi (C) and Abdel Karim Mahoud talk to reporters...
Najaf
Iraqi Shi'ite leaders meet in the holy city of Najaf.
Iraqi Shi'ite leaders Moqtada al-Sadr (L), Ahmad Chalabi (C) and Abdel Karim Mahoud talk to reporters after meeting in the holy city of Najaf May 24, 2005. Chalabi and Mahoud travelled to Najaf from Baghdad for a briefing from Sadr on his attempts to mediate between Sunni and Shi'ite factions. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish RCS/JJ
IRAQ GOVERNMENT OIL
RTR9JLR
April 28, 2005
Ahmad Chalabi answers questions in the convention center in Baghdad April 28, 2005. Iraq failed to name...
Baghdad
Ahmad Chalabi answers questions in the convention center in Baghdad.
Ahmad Chalabi answers questions in the convention center in Baghdad April 28, 2005. Iraq failed to name an oil minister for its new government on Thursday and controversial politician Chalabi was appointed acting minister of an industry plagued by sabotage attacks and uncertainty. Iraq formed its first democratically elected government in more than 50 years on Thursday, ending three months of political stalemate that has crippled efforts to tackle violence. REUTERS/Khalid Mohammed/Pool PA/NL
IRAQ GOVERNMENT OIL
RTR9JL7
April 28, 2005
Ahmad Chalabi (C) gets chased by journalists in the convention center in Baghdad April 28, 2005. Iraq...
Baghdad
Ahmad Chalabi gets chased by journalists in the convention center in Baghdad.
Ahmad Chalabi (C) gets chased by journalists in the convention center in Baghdad April 28, 2005. Iraq failed to name an oil minister for its new government on Thursday and controversial politician Chalabi was appointed acting minister of an industry plagued by sabotage attacks and uncertainty. REUTERS/Khalid Mohammed/Pool
IRAQ
RTR7P72
April 10, 2005
New Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari shakes hands with Leader of the Iraqi National Congress Chalabi during...
Baghdad
New Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari shakes hands with Leader of the Iraqi National Congress Chalabi ...
New Iraqi Prime Minister Jaafari shakes hands with Leader of the Iraqi National Congress Chalabi during the National Assembly meeting in Baghdad. New Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari (L) shakes hands with Leader of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad Chalabi during the National Assembly meeting in Baghdad April 10, 2005. Parliament speaker Hajim al-Hassani called for the relaxation of security measures that have snarled traffic and closed many Baghdad streets only when lawmakers meet during Sunday's session. REUTERS/Hadi Mizban/Pool
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April 03, 2005
Iraq's Vice President and candidate for prime minister in new government al-Jaafari, Shi'ite nuclear...
Baghdad
Iraq's Vice President and candidate for prime minister in new government al-Jaafari, Shi'ite nuclear...
Iraq's Vice President and candidate for prime minister in new government al-Jaafari, Shi'ite nuclear scientist al-Shahristani and head of Iraqi National Congress al-Chalabi clap at end of National Assembly session in Baghdad. Iraq's Vice President and candidate for prime minister in the new government Ibrahim al-Jaafari (C), Shi'ite nuclear scientist Hussein al-Shahristani (R) and the head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi clap at the end of a National Assembly session in Baghdad April 3, 2005. Iraqi politicians elected Hajem al-Hassani, a Sunni Arab, to be the speaker of parliament on Sunday, ending a political impasse and taking a decisive step towards forming a government nine weeks after historic elections. REUTERS/Pool/Karim Sahib
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March 29, 2005
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in...
Baghdad
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in...
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad. Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad March 29, 2005. Iraq's parliament erupted in acrimony at only its second sitting on Tuesday and journalists were thrown out after lawmakers berated leaders for failing to agree on a new government, two months after historic elections. REUTERS/Wathiq Khuzaie/Pool
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March 29, 2005
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in...
Baghdad
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in...
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad. Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi attends the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad March 29, 2005. Iraq's parliament erupted in acrimony at only its second sitting on Tuesday and journalists were thrown out after lawmakers berated leaders for failing to agree on a new government, two months after historic elections. REUTERS/Wathiq Khuzaie/Pool
IRAQ
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March 29, 2005
Head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi (L) chats with leader of the Islamic Revolution...
Baghdad
Iraqi officials attend the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad.
Head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi (L) chats with leader of the Islamic Revolution party in Iraq Abdul Aziz al-Hakim as they attend the second session of the country's parliament in Baghdad March 29, 2005. Iraq's parliament erupted in acrimony at only its second sitting on Tuesday and journalists were thrown out after lawmakers berated leaders for failing to agree on a new government, two months after historic elections. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Wathiq Khuzaie/Pool HH/MK
IRAQ
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March 29, 2005
Hussein al-Shahristani (L), a Shi'ite nuclear scientist, walks with Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad...
Baghdad
Hussein al-Shahristani walks with Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi in Baghdad.
Hussein al-Shahristani (L), a Shi'ite nuclear scientist, walks with Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi as they arrive for the country's parliament session in Baghdad March 29, 2005. Iraq's parliament erupted in acrimony at only its second sitting on Tuesday and journalists were thrown out after lawmakers berated leaders for failing to agree on a new government, two months after historic elections. **QUALITY FROM SOURCE** REUTERS/Wathiq Khuzaie/Pool HH/JJ
IRAQ
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March 29, 2005
The head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi listens to a reporter's question during the...
Baghdad
Head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi speaks to reporters in Baghdad.
The head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad al-Chalabi listens to a reporter's question during the second session of the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad March 29, 2005. Prime Minister Iyad Allawi walked out of a meeting of Iraq's parliament on Tuesday after angry scenes erupted, with assembly members berating Shi'ite and Kurdish leaders for failing to agree on a government. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz HH/FA
IRAQ
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March 16, 2005
Iraq's President al-Yawar stands next to head of Iraqi National Congress Chalabi during a parliament...
Baghdad
Iraq's President al-Yawar stands next to head of Iraqi National Congress Chalabi during a parliament...
Iraq's President al-Yawar stands next to head of Iraqi National Congress Chalabi during a parliament meeting in Baghdad. Iraq's President Ghazi al-Yawar (C) stands next to the head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad Chalabi (L), who is shaking hands with Iraq's interim Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, during a parliament meeting in Baghdad March 16, 2005. Iraq's parliament met for the first time on Wednesday more than six weeks after it was elected, but rival blocs were unable to agree on a government and insurgents marked the meeting with a mortar barrage. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz
IRAQ
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March 16, 2005
Head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad Chalabi (L) chats with the Kurdish leader and presidential...
Baghdad
Iraqi officials attend parliament meeting in Baghdad.
Head of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmad Chalabi (L) chats with the Kurdish leader and presidential candidate Jalal Talabani during a parliament meeting in Baghdad March 16, 2005. Iraq's parliament met for the first time Wednesday more than six weeks after it was elected, but rival blocs were unable to agree on a government and insurgents marked the meeting with a mortar barrage. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz HH/VP
IRAQ
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February 11, 2005
Al-Jafaari speaks to journalists at his office in Baghdad in this February 11, 2005 file photograph....
Baghdad
File of Iraq's candidate for the PM job Al-Jafaari in Baghdad.
Al-Jafaari speaks to journalists at his office in Baghdad in this February 11, 2005 file photograph. Iraq's main Shi'ite alliance named Ibrahim al-Jaafari on February 22, 2005 as its candidate for the job of prime minister in the new government, meaning he will almost certainly get the post. Jaafari, a religious Shi'ite and head of the Islamist Dawa Party, had faced competition from inside the alliance from former exile Ahmad Chalabi, once favoured by the Pentagon, but Chalabi withdrew and the alliance's 140 members unanimously approved Jaafari, alliance sources said. REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani HH/acm
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January 27, 2005
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi prays at the Imam Al-Kadhim Shrine in Baghdad, January 27,...
Baghdad
Iraqi National Congress Leader Chalabi prays at shrine in Baghdad.
Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi prays at the Imam Al-Kadhim Shrine in Baghdad, January 27, 2005. Chalabi, who is on a Shi'ite list that was drawn up with the tacit blessing of top cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, is expected to do well in the January 30 polls. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz RCS
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