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Troop Pullout Not The End Of US Presence In Iraq

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U.S. forces will leave Iraq by January 2012, but with thousands of diplomats and contractors remaining in the country, the U.S. presence will remain strong in the months ahead. Commentator Ted Koppel shares what he observed in a recent reporting trip to Basra, Iraq.
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