Tensions Persist for British Troops in Basra The governor of Basra is refusing to cooperate with British forces stationed in the Iraqi city and is demanding an apology for their perceived "aggression." Monday, British troops stormed a Basra police station looking for two British undercover agents who were in custody.
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Tensions Persist for British Troops in Basra

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Tensions Persist for British Troops in Basra

Tensions Persist for British Troops in Basra

Tensions Persist for British Troops in Basra

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The governor of Basra is refusing to cooperate with British forces stationed in the Iraqi city and is demanding an apology for their perceived "aggression." Monday, British troops stormed a Basra police station looking for two British undercover agents who were in custody.