US plans to bolster military presence in Gulf: report

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AFP
October 31, 2011

WASHINGTON – The United States plans to bolster its military presence in the Gulf after the withdrawal of its troops from Iraq announced by President Barack Obama, The New York Times reported.

Citing unnamed officials and diplomats, the newspaper said the repositioning could include new combat forces in Kuwait able to respond to a collapse of security in Iraq or a military confrontation with Iran.

Obama announced this month that all US troops would leave Iraq by the end of the year, ending a long war which created deep political divisions and estranged the United States from its allies.

After nearly nine years, the deaths of more than 4,400 US troops, tens of thousands of Iraqis and the expenditure of hundreds of billions of dollars, Obama said the last American soldier would leave with his head held high.

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