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Bush set to endorse plan for troop cuts

Conditions in Iraq must be favorable, aide says

General David H. Petraeus and Ryan C. Crocker warned the Senate Foreign Relations Committee of an Iranian threat to US interests in Iraq as they testified again on Capitol Hill. Later they appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee. General David H. Petraeus and Ryan C. Crocker warned the Senate Foreign Relations Committee of an Iranian threat to US interests in Iraq as they testified again on Capitol Hill. Later they appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By Farah Stockman and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / September 12, 2007

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WASHINGTON - President Bush will endorse the broad outlines of a plan to bring home 30,000 troops from Iraq by the middle of next year if conditions are favorable, a senior administration official said yesterday. (Full article: 1153 words)

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