Richard Norton-Taylor

Security Affairs Editor for The Guardian

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair told Parliament today  he'll pull 1600 troops out of southern Iraq  in the next few months, and reduce the force to 5,000 by the end of this summer. …

Britain Plans Troop Reduction in Iraq

British Prime Minister Tony Blair told Parliament today he'll pull 1600 troops out of southern Iraq in the next few months, and reduce the force to 5,000 by the end of this summer. …

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