The integration of Sunni Iraqis who joined the fight against al-Qaida into Iraq's security forces and other mainstream activities is proceeding more slowly than some U.S. officials and other observers would like to see raising concerns that the former "Awakening" forces could revert to violence and undermine security gains made over the past 10 months in Iraq.

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