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A congressional report outlines an argument for withdrawing 'the vast majority of' US troops within 12 to 18 months. Marines fired yesterday at an insurgent position in Husaybah, Iraq.
A congressional report outlines an argument for withdrawing "the vast majority of" US troops within 12 to 18 months. Marines fired yesterday at an insurgent position in Husaybah, Iraq. (Usmc Photo) Usmc Photo

House report proposes troop withdrawal plan

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 22, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- A new congressional report lays out a step-by-step argument for withdrawing ''the vast majority" of American troops from Iraq within 12 to 18 months, adding to a growing chorus of members of both parties for President Bush to abort the occupation. (Full article: 1179 words)

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