Oil offers lifeline as Iraq’s Maysan province is recovered by government
- 25 Oct 2008
| 3 minute read
Maysan province provides a pointer to the evolution of politics and security under Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki, in the Bush administration’s last months, where huge resources are needed to assist the traumatised, impoverished population in arguably Iraq’s most under-developed and wildest province.
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