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Iraqi prime minister demands US pullout timetable

July 1, 2018
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BAGHDAD — Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says there can be no security agreement with the United States unless there is a “specific deadline” for the withdrawal of American troops.

(Washington Post — 26 August, 2008)
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Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said Monday no security agreement with the United States could be reached unless it included a “specific deadline” for the withdrawal of American troops from Iraq. (MSNBC — 26 August, 2008)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Pakistani officials say security forces have killed up to 30 militants in a clash near the Afghan border.

(Washington Post — 27 August, 2008)
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A departure date is only one of the issues in the security pact. Immunity for U.S. soldiers and continued detention of Iraqis by Americans remain obstacles to a final deal. (New York Times — 26 August, 2008)
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BEIJING, Aug. 24 — The U.S. ambassador to China is pressing Chinese officials to immediately release eight Americans who were detained for holding pro-Tibet protests during the Olympic Games.

(Washington Post — 25 August, 2008)
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HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe says he will form a new government soon, with or without the opposition.

(Washington Post — 27 August, 2008)
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BAGHDAD, Aug. 26 — A suicide bomber in restive Diyala province killed at least 23 people on Tuesday in one of the deadliest attacks in Iraq in weeks, officials said.

(Washington Post — 27 August, 2008)
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says he is withdrawing his party from Pakistan’s ruling coalition.

(Washington Post — 25 August, 2008)
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KABUL, Afghanistan — A four-day battle that began with an ambush on a joint U.S-Afghan patrol in southern Afghanistan has killed more than 100 militants, the coalition said Thursday.

(Washington Post — 11 hours ago)
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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A bomb struck a bus filled with Pakistani police and government workers as it crossed a bridge on Thursday, sending the vehicle hurtling over the railing and into the riverbed below. Eight people died in the latest attack in Pakistan’s country’s tribal border region.

(Washington Post — 9 hours ago)
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MOSCOW — Russia’s parliament voted unanimously Monday to urge the president to recognize the independence of Georgia’s two breakaway regions, stoking further tensions between Moscow and the small Caucasus nation’s Western allies.

(Washington Post — 26 August, 2008)
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To free Marines for Afghanistan, Iraqis will take over security responsibilities in Anbar province.

(Washington Post — 19 hours ago)
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