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Iraqis say US exit plan should await security

News of a possible US military reduction in Iraq, beginning as early as this fall, is being met in Baghdad with the deep skepticism of a war-weary people who have witnessed many other American exit plans go unfulfilled. Most Iraqis want an end to the 127,000-strong US presence, which they consider an occupation. But they are concerned, too, that Iraqi forces, while growing in size and capability, still can’t cope with the insurgency and sectarian killings that have killed tens of thousands of Iraqis. Full Story

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