The Iraqi and U.S. governments have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to rebuild this war-ravaged city in a bid to persuade Sunni Muslim Arabs to support the country's emerging democracy. But progress in paying reparations in the notorious Sunni city has been slow. U.S. military officials warn that failure to win over Fallujah's embittered population could endanger efforts to get the rest of the Sunni Triangle — the heart of the country's insurgency — to participate in building a new Iraq.
Starmail - 12. Apr, 12:38