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What happened in the Iraq versus Iran war?

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What happened in the Iraq versus Iran war? By territorial disputes Iraq invaded Iran. The devastating war lasted until a ceasefire was arranged in August 1988. Thousands of Kurds, who occupy an enclave in northern Iraq, were killed by the Iraqi government for having cooperated with its enemy. ...read more.

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How was Iraq first formed? Iraq was first formed three provinces of the Turkish empire until world war I when Turkey was defeated and Iraq was taken over by British troops. How does the Un vote? When the assembly is voting to reach a decision any of the 15 members can say "no". ...read more.

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How did Israel come to exist? Israel was founded in 1948. After WWII in which more than 6 million Jews died the Jewish people fought more strongly than ever for a country of their own. In 1947 it was agreed by the UN. The area called Palestine should be divided into two states one Jewish and one Arab. ...read more.

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