Spain Keeps Troops in Iraq Spain's prime minister, Jose Maria Aznar, says Spanish troops will stay in Iraq, despite Saturday's attack that left seven Spanish soldiers dead. Opposition leaders, though, want the troops to come home. Jerome Socolovsky reports.
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Spain Vows to Keep Troops in Iraq

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Spain Vows to Keep Troops in Iraq

Spain Vows to Keep Troops in Iraq

Spain Vows to Keep Troops in Iraq

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Spain's prime minister, Jose Maria Aznar, says Spanish troops will stay in Iraq, despite Saturday's attack that left seven Spanish soldiers dead. Opposition leaders, though, want the troops to come home. Jerome Socolovsky reports.

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