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July 27, 2018
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Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelson, citing progress inIraq, says the US-led coalition must not hand a victory toterrorists fighting in that country by leaving too soon. – Brisbane Times (The Brisbane Times — 1 September, 2007)
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Defence Minister Brendan Nelson, citing progress in Iraq, says theUS-led coalition must not hand a victory to terrorists fighting inthat country by leaving too soon. (The Age — 1 September, 2007)
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DEFENCE Minister Brendan Nelson says the US-led coalition must nothand a victory to terrorists fighting in Iraq by leaving too soon. (Sydney Morning Herald — 2 September, 2007)
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AUSTRALIA may need to review its continuing deployment inAfghanistan if the Netherlands decides to withdraw its troops, theDefence Minister, Brendan Nelson, has said. (Sydney Morning Herald — 3 September, 2007)
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THE need to maintain a close alliance with the United States was reason enough for Australia to keep its troops in Iraq, John Howard said yesterday as his Defence Minister, Brendan Nelson, said the soldiers were ‘angry’ about Kevin Rudd’s plan to bring them home early. (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 September, 2007)
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Australia may need to review its Afghanistan commitment if theDutch decide to pull out and another NATO partner cannot be found,Defence Minister Brendan Nelson says. (The Age — 3 September, 2007)
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George Bush glowingly embraces the embattled John Howard, as thetwo leaders put on an emphatic display of solidarity in support ofcontinuing the Iraq war. (The Age — 16 hours ago)
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US military commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, mayrecommend a reduction of troops by March next year. (The Age — 5 September, 2007)
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President Bush made a surprise visit to al-Asad air base in Iraq’sAnbar province on Monday in what he hopes will be a potent symbolto Congress and the world that the surge is working – at least inthis part of Iraq. (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 September, 2007)
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