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Ukrainian, Bulgarian Troops Leave Iraq

The last Ukrainian and Bulgarian troops have left Iraq, and Poland plans deep cuts in its deployment next year, the countries said Tuesday, the latest of several U.S. allies to draw down force levels as public demand weighs on government leaders. Poland’s deputy defense minister said Tuesday that Poland would reduce troop levels in March, from nearly 1,500 to 900. The announcement came after Poland’s government asked President Lech Kaczynski to keep Polish troops in Iraq for another year. Full Story

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