The number of British troops in Iraq may be halved early next year if apparent military successes in the country continue at their current rate, The Daily Telegraph reported. Citing senior British army officers and a senior American defence official, the newspaper said that the plan is contingent on Operation Sinbad, a several-month long attempt announced about a month ago to restore security and rebuild the troubled southern port city of Basra, continuing to succeed. Full Story
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