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South Korea Begins Cutting Troops in Iraq

South Korea began bringing troops home from Iraq Tuesday under a plan to scale back its presence there by a third, military officials said. Seoul plans to withdraw about 1,000 of its 3,200-member contingent stationed in northern Iraq by the end of this year. The first reduction of soldiers came Tuesday as part of a troop rotation, in which South Korea brought home more troops than those sent to Iraq to replace them, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement. Full Story

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