BAGHDAD | As Margaret Warner continues her series of reports from Iraq on the state of the country as the U.S. ends its official combat mission there, she’s looking at the country’s ongoing security problems, how well Iraqi forces can manage them and what the remaining 50,000 U.S. troops will be doing. She’s also exploring how ordinary Iraqis are coping after seven years of war and occupation, and why — five months after Iraqi voters went to the polls — the winning parties are still deadlocked over the makeup of a new government.
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