Bailey, Holly
July 2009
Newsweek;7/13/2009, Vol. 154 Issue 1/2, p15
The article reports that U.S Vice President Joe Biden has been asked by President Barack Obama to lead the U.S. in efforts to pull combat troops out of Iraq. Obama hopes that Biden's political stature will encourage Iraqi officials to work together to reduce the violence and political instability in the country.


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