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The opening of the massive, new U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which was scheduled for September, has been delayed until . . .
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The opening of the massive, new U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, which was scheduled for September, has been delayed until well into next year because of shoddy workmanship, poor planning, and internal disputes. The fortress-like, 21-building compound is expected to exceed its projected cost of $592 million by $144 million.
The Washington Post

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