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"The only hope of achieving peace and justice in the Holy Land lies in the creation of a single, bi-national state."
The US president should write that the US "must withdraw from direct and active involvement in this process."
The overwhelming conclusion one draws from this record is that the process for a two-state solution is essentially over.
Sabah al-Mukhtara discusses the reduction of US combat troops and the effects it will have on ordinary Iraqi people.
US president says his country's combat mission in Iraq will end by September.
Return of 500 troops comes as Japan also ends its air-support mission.
The cabinet approves two more years of air support for troops in Iraq.
Wary of backlash from US leads South Korean government to do a diplomatic dance.
In an unprecedented departure from Nato practice, several alliance members will not allow their own officers assigned to Nato's two command centres to participate in its first collective post-war mission in Iraq, a senior US official said.

Nato allies have approved plans to send military instructors to Iraq amid concerns over the refusal by some member nations to allow their troops to participate in the mission.

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Six former Guantanamo detainees are now free in Uruguay with some hailing the decision to grant them asylum.
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