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Poland postpones Iraq withdrawal

Poland’s government says it has taken the “very difficult decision” to extend its military deployment in Iraq until the end of 2006. The new conservative government’s decision reverses the previous leftist administration’s plan to pull troops out in early 2006. Poland, a staunch ally of the US, has about 1,500 troops stationed in Iraq. Full Story

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