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Adel Abdul Mahdi's short tenure as Iraq's prime minister

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Adel Abdul Mahdi's short tenure as Iraq's prime minister

Adel Abdul Mahdi's short tenure as Iraq's prime minister

After months of violent clashes, Adel Abdul Mahdi said he had no other choice, but to resign as Iraq's prime minister.

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