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BAGHDAD – The U.S. and Iraq came to an agreement on a troop withdrawal date of 2011 instead of the U.S. proposed date of 2015.  Iraq extended their initial proposal one year, from 2010 to 2011 and reserves the right, if necessary, to extend troop presence.  In addition to these agreements, details of negotiations for a bilateral security pact between U.S. and Iraqi officials are close to conclusion as well.

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