26
Nov
2005

Iraq pullout

U.S. already planning Iraq pullout, lawmakers say :

The lawmakers' remarks are among the first indications that concrete steps are being taken to redeploy some of the 160,000 troops currently in Iraq.

//www.shns.com/shns/g_index2.cfm?action=detail&pk=IRAQ-TROOPS-11-25-05



Poland to withdraw troops from Iraq next year:

Poland will pull its troops out of Iraq in 2006 but it may move the deadline for withdrawal from January to mid-year, Polish Defense Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said on Friday.

//news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051125/ts_nm/iraq_poland_dc_1



Lithuania to Withdraw Part of Troops from Iraq

//www.focus-fen.net/index.php?catid=135&newsid=77320&ch=0&datte=2005-11-25



Ray McGovern: Will the US Seize the Opportunity for Troop Withdrawal?:

The common demand, by Shia and Kurds as well as Sunnis, for a timetable for withdrawal of occupation forces demolishes the administration's argument that setting such a timetable would be a huge mistake. Who would know better-the Iraqis or the ideologues advising Bush?

//www.counterpunch.org/mcgovern11252005.html



Chris Floyd: First Light :

We should take heart from events like Murtha's declaration and Bush's freefall in the polls. There has been a shift in the political landscape, which provides cautious but credible grounds for hope of some measure of change. Not a false triumphalism, for there is never any final "triumph" in human affairs; there is only the continual, never-ending task of trying to rise above our worst instincts.

//tinyurl.com/8o99j



Dahr Jamail : Life Goes On in Fallujah's Rubble:

This month, U.S. Marine Col. David Berger, who is commander of the 8th Regimental Combat Team and responsible for Fallujah, told reporters, "[Fallujah's residents] don't see any progress, they don't see any action. They hear a lot of words, a lot of promises, but not a lot of product."

//tinyurl.com/akb2q



Dutch foreign minister warns US on human rights abuses:

Dutch Foreign Minister Ben Bot today warned the US government that if it continued to 'hide' over reports of secret prisons in eastern Europe, Dutch contributions to US-led military missions could be affected, the ANP news agency reported.

//www.forbes.com/business/feeds/afx/2005/11/24/afx2353398.html


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