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Stunned Bulgarians Begin to Question Iraq Policy

Stunned by the beheading of a Bulgarian truck driver by militants in Iraq, Bulgarians questioned on Wednesday their government’s staunchly pro-U.S. stance on Iraq. “It is high time for Bulgaria to pull out of this adventure,” said painter Valentin Borisov, 43. “We shouldn’t have walked in there. I don’t justify the cruelty (of militants), they really are terrorists. But what are we doing there?” The government of the ex-communist country stood firm, saying it was keeping its 470 troops in Iraq and sticking to its foreign policy despite the execution of one Bulgarian hostage and the threat that still hangs over another. Full Story

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