Spain Vows to Keep Troops in Iraq

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The Spanish government plans to keep more than 1,000 Spanish troops stationed in Iraq in that country. The announcement comes after seven Spanish intelligence agents were killed Saturday in a roadside attack near Baghdad. Hear reporter Jerome Socolovsky.

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