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Indonesia Wants All Foreign Troops Out by March

U.S. Marines have scaled back plans to send hundreds of troops into Indonesia to build roads and clear debris from last month’s tsunami, Marine Corps officials said Wednesday, after Indonesian officials said they hoped to have all foreign troops off their soil by late March. The agreement to cut back Marine operations coincides with efforts by Indonesian authorities to restrict the movements of aid workers in Aceh province, a sensitive area where the Indonesian military has been fighting separatists for decades and few foreigners have been allowed in recent years.Full Story

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