Spain to Pull Out of Iraq Without U.N. Role Spain's incoming prime minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, said Thursday that he will withdraw Spanish troops from Iraq unless the United Nations takes charge there by June 30. It's a position he took before winning the national election. Jerome Socolovsky reports from Madrid.
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Spain to Pull Out of Iraq Without U.N. Role

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Spain to Pull Out of Iraq Without U.N. Role

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Spain's incoming prime minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, said Thursday that he will withdraw Spanish troops from Iraq unless the United Nations takes charge there by June 30. It's a position he took before winning the national election. Jerome Socolovsky reports from Madrid.