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12 July 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News

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  • UK says no plans to withdraw from Iraq IRNA 12 Jul 2005 -- British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw said Tuesday that his country has no plans to pull out its occupation forces from Iraq.
  • Britain Says No Decision On Iraq Pullout RFE/RL 12 Jul 2005 -- Prime Minister Tony Blair's office says the British government has not made any decision to withdraw troops from Iraq, though contingency planning for such a move is occurring.
  • Iraq: Does Britain's Secret Memo On Withdrawal Indicate A Weakening Of Resolve? RFE/RL 12 Jul 2005 -- British and U.S. officials are denying plans are forged to substantially cut troop numbers in Iraq. The officials were reacting to a British newspaper report on a secret British Defense Ministry memorandum that says the allies are considering the option of withdrawing 100,000 troops from Iraq by next year.

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