BAGHDAD Clerics tied to the anti-U.S. Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr stepped up calls on Friday for the government to reject a U.S.-Iraqi security pact, a day after Washington delivered what it called a final text of the agreement to the Iraqis.

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