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Akila al-Hashini was a "top Iraqi diplomat" until the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime. In July 2003, she was named by the Coalition Provisional Authority to be Iraq's representative to the United Nations. 
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- Robert Collier, "Iraqi ruling council takes over. Citizen Board: Appointed by U.S., 25 members face uphill battle for legitimacy," SF Gate, July 14, 2003: "A noteable inclusion in the council were three women -- Sondul Chapouk, a member of the Turkish-speaking Turkmen minority in the north, Dr. Raja Habib Khuzai, the head of a maternity hospital in the southern city of Diwaniya, and Akila al-Hashimi, who was a top Iraqi diplomat until the fall of Hussein's regime and now has been named by U.S. officials to be Iraq's representative to the United Nations."
- "Three Women Named to Iraq's Governing Council," Feminist Daily News Wire, July 14, 2003.