Iraqi Prime Minister, Militias to US Military: Stay Home
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Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi rejected the need for foreign troops to fight ISIS after the U.S. said on Tuesday it was deploying a special operations force, which powerful Shiite Muslim militias pledged to attack. [Full Story]
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