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U.S. Troops Withdraw from Camp Taji in Iraq

HeadlineAug 24, 2020

In Iraq, U.S. forces have withdrawn from Camp Taji, handing control of the military base north of Baghdad to the Iraqi Army for the first time since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. The U.S. will still have about 5,000 troops stationed in Iraq, alongside 2,500 allied troops and thousands of private contractors. 

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