Shi'ite residents visit the graves of their relatives who were killed in al-Nukhaib in an ambush last September, at a cemetery in Kerbal, 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Baghdad November 2, 2011. An administrative spat between Iraq's Shi'ite-majority Kerbala province and Sunni-dominated Anbar over a disputed tract of western desert could refuel sectarian conflict as Iraq emerges from years of war. (MUSHTAQ MUHAMMED/Reuters)
Border dispute roils Anbar
FALLUJA -- Tensions are rising between the neighboring provinces of Anbar and Karbala over a territorial dispute.