US Reportedly Starts Withdrawing Troops From Iraq After ISIS Defeat
A spokesperson for the Iraqi government told the Associated Press and Reuters the drawdown is still in early stages.
The U.S. military is reducing the number of troops it has in Iraq after authorities there declared victory over ISIS militants last year.
A spokesperson for the Iraqi government told the Associated Press and Reuters Monday the process is still in early stages.
But a spokesperson for the U.S.-led international coalition wouldn't confirm or deny to either outlet that a drawdown is taking place.
According to the Pentagon, the U.S. had more than 5,000 troops in Iraq late last year.
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