President Obama Declares: 'Mission Not Accomplished' & It Never Would Have Been

October 2011
Moderate Voice;10/21/2011, p7
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The article focuses on the move of U.S. President Barack Obama to withdraw the U.S. military forces in Iraq by the end of 2011 after failing to reach an agreement with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. It highlights the deaths of almost 4,800 American coalition forces and at least 100,000 Iraqis and millions of people displaced. Several groups such as the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds are mentioned.


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