Spain Keeps Troops in Iraq 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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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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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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