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Denmark and Latvia to move some troops from Iraq after Iranian missile strikes

Reuters Wednesday, 8 January 2020
Denmark will temporarily move some of its military personnel from the Al-Asad air base in Iraq that was targeted in an Iranian missile strike on Wednesday, Prime Minister Mettle Frederiksen said.
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