United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (C) addresses an informal meeting of the 193-member U.N. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday warned that Iraqi security forces must not intervene in a political crisis sparked by the appointment of a new prime minister.The UN chief noted that the gains made by Islamic State (IS) fighters were in part rooted in the "lack of inclusiveness" of the Shiite-dominated Maliki government, which helped spur the jihadists.The UN Security Council is working on a draft resolution aimed at choking off the flow of foreign fighters and financial support to jihadists in Iraq and Syria.
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