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  IMF: Violence curbing Iraq reconstruction  Washington: The International Monetary Fund gave Iraq a $436 million emergency loan last year to help rebuild the economy U.S. cancels Iraq's $4.1 billion debt  Washington: The administration urged others to do the same to help the country rebuild Iraq rebuilding funds shifted to security  Washington: The will shift more than $3 billion earmarked for Iraqi reconstruction to improve security and oil production   Council member: Saddam hid $40 billion  Dr. Iyad Allawi: Saddam Hussein withdrew $2 billion from Iraqi banks last spring   Iran 'owed billions for Saddam war'  The head of Iraq's Interim Governing Council al-Hakim says Iran should be paid reparations for the war Joint plan to relieve Iraq debt
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B. 2016-04-26 Islamic State: Up to $800m of funds 'destroyed by strikes' Mosul
2. 2011-12-13 Iraq PM calls for US investment Washington
3. 2008-08-06 Lawmaker: Surplus 'not real money' Baghdad
2008-08-05 Iraq's projected $80b surplus stirs anger U.S. Congress
5. 2008-07-06 UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt Dubai
G. 2005-08-17 IMF: Violence curbing Iraq reconstruction Washington
H. 2004-12-17 U.S. cancels Iraq's $4.1 billion debt Washington
8. 2004-09-14 Iraq rebuilding funds shifted to security Washington
9. 2003-12-30 Council member: Saddam hid $40 billion Iraq

UAE to cancel all of Iraq's $7B debt
  Islamic State: Up to $800m of funds 'destroyed by strikes'  Mosul: Up to $800m (550m) in cash held by so-called Islamic State (IS) has been destroyed in air strikes, a US military official says Iraq PM calls for US investment  Washington: Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, has called on US business leaders to invest in his country to help it recover from years of war Lawmaker: Surplus 'not real money'  Baghdad: Shiite lawmaker Haidre al-Abadi: Iraq's government is pulling its weight to reconstruct its war-torn country Iraq's projected $80b surplus stirs anger

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  U.S. Congress: U.S. auditors: Iraq is raking in more money from oil exports than it is spending, amassing a projected 4-year budget surplus of up to $80 billion
  Dubai: Dubai has forgiven the nearly $7 billion Baghdad owes it, Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki announced

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   Germany: The U.S., France and Germany have agreed on a plan to provide the Iraqi government with 'substantial' debt relief
Nov.3 Congress passes Iraq budget  U.S. Senate: The Senate has given final approval to Bush's huge emergency funding package for Iraq and Afghanistan Oct.30 $87 billion approved for Iraq, Afghanistan  U.S. Senate: On a 298-to-121 vote, the House is clearing the way for final Senate approval and a presidential signature Sep.7   Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
  Washington: President has told the American people that Iraq is ''now the central front' in a global war against terrorism
Aug.27 Bremer: Iraq effort to cost tens of billions
  Washington: Iraqi revenue would not be enough to cover economic needs that 'almost impossible to exaggerate'
May.6   $1 billion withdrawal from bank probed  Money were taken from Central Bank shortly before the U.S. began bombing the country Apr.17 $20bn bill Iraq war bill for U.S.   Washington: Pentagon's comptroller Dov Zakheim said that the figure is growing by about $2 billion a month Jan.1 Officials consider cost of war with Iraq  Washington: Bush said the U.S. economy 'cannot afford to stand an attack' from Saddam Hussein

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Dec.23   No cash for Iraq war   Germany: Finance minister Hans Eichel said weak economy could not cope with providing any financial assistance to a U.S. strike

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