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While most Americans have had enough of war in Iraq, theirPresident is still talking of ‘success’. (The Age — 15 September, 2007)
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GEORGE BUSH’S address to the nation had two purposes: to persuade aweary American public he should be given more time to cement hisplace in history by ‘succeeding’ in Iraq; and to convince about adozen wavering Senate Republicans not to vote with the Democrats toforce his hand. (Sydney Morning Herald — 15 September, 2007)
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Bush tones down rhetoric in bid for time
Bush tones down rhetoric in bid for time

US President George Bush will announce that 5700 troops will bewithdrawn by the end of 2007, and more will follow by July 2008,returning troop levels to those before the surge of around 140,000. (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 September, 2007)
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US President George Bush announces that 5700 troops will bewithdrawn by the end of 2007, and more will follow by July 2008,returning troop levels to those before the surge of around 140,000. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 14 September, 2007)
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US to withdraw 5700 troops by December, senior administrationofficial says. (The Age — 14 September, 2007)
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While “formidable challenges” remain in Iraq, President Bush said Saturday, the United States will start shifting more troops into support roles — in addition to the troop withdrawals announced earlier in the week. (CNN — 16 September, 2007)
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President Bush’s address again raises the question of what America’s mission in Iraq really is. (New York Times — 14 September, 2007)
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While “formidable challenges” remain in Iraq, President Bush said Saturday, the United States will start shifting more troops into support roles — in addition to the troop withdrawals announced earlier in the week. (MSNBC — 16 September, 2007)
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The White House report on Iraq’s political progress found that Iraqi leaders had met half of 18 “benchmarks” that Congress had mandated. (New York Times — 15 September, 2007)
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