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Al-Khaldiya (Arabic: الخالدية, also Al-Khalidiya, Khalidiya, Khalediya) is a city in Al-Anbar Province, in central Iraq on the southern banks of river Euphrates. It was founded in 1969 as a settlement for Assyrian Christian families who were displaced as a result of the closure of RAF Habbaniya, though it is now predominantly populated by Sunni Arabs. North of Al-Khaldiya, on the northern banks of Euphrates river, the peninsula of Khalidiya Island is located.
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