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Republic of Iraq: Country Profile

Area: 437,072 sq km
Population: 24,683,000 (July 2003 estimate)
Capital City: Baghdad (population: 3.8m 1986 estimate)
People: Arab 75-80%, Kurdish 15-20%, Turkoman, Assyrian and other 5% (estimated).
Language(s): Arabic, Kurdish, Assyrian, Armenian and Turkoman.
Religion(s): Muslim 97%, Christian or other 3% (estimated).
Currency: New Iraqi Dinar

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