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Bush: 5,700 Troops Home from Iraq by Christmas

U.S. Army 1st. Sgt. Kenny Power watches television, as President Bush makes an address concerning the war. John Moore, Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Sept. 14, 2007

The Baltimore Sun: Bush Sees Success in Iraq -- "President Bush, pointing to recent security gains in Iraq, announced last night a drawdown of 5,700 U.S. forces by Christmas while calling for a long-term military presence that extends beyond his presidency."

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