April 2009
People Management;4/9/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p8
The article reports on the feast held by Iraqi soldiers in Basra, Iraq, to thank British soldiers for their involvement in training the Iraqi armed forces. The control of Basra was formally handed by the British forces to the U.S. troops. According to the article, nearly 4,100 British soldiers stationed in Basra will leave by May 3, 2009.


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