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Day of Reckoning for Iraq Strategy

U.S. troops from 1-40 Cavalry Squadron set off on a night mission through fields located along the southern edge of Baghdad. David Furst, AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Sept. 10, 2007

ABC News: Petraeus Reports: Day of Reckoning for Iraq Strategy — "During an emotional hearing on Capitol Hill, Gen. David Petraeus, the nation's top military commander in Iraq, testified the U.S. may be able to withdraw roughly 30,000 U.S. troops from Iraq by next summer."

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