The panel in charge of drafting Iraq's constitution has signed a final draft of the charter.
Committee members say they signed the final version today (Sunday) after making minor changes in an attempt to appease the Sunni Arab minority.
Most committee members agreed to the new charter, including some Sunni Arabs. But Associated Press reports others refused to accept the final version and did not sign it.
President Bush says Iraqis are grappling
with difficult issues, but the prolonged political
debate in Baghdad is a hopeful sign that Iraqis can settle future problems through discussion rather than violence.
Israeli police say a blast set off by a Palestinian suicide bomber early today (Sunday) has wounded at least 10 people in the southern city of Beersheba.
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