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U.S. Troops Remain In Iraq, Crowds Mourn Iraqi Killed In Drone Attack

NPR Tuesday, 7 January 2020
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says some U.S. forces are being repositioned inside Iraq, not leaving the country.
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News video: Pentagon: Iranian missiles attack 2 Iraqi airbases that house US troops

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More than a dozen missiles have hit two airbases in Iraq that houses U.S. troops early on Wednesday morning, the Pentagon confirmed The attacks were located at the Al-Asad Airbase and Irbil Airbase in Iraq, where United States troops are stationed.

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