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War in Iraq cannot be won: former British army chief - Yahoo! News

War in Iraq cannot be won: former British army chief - Yahoo! News: "Fri Jun 1, 4:32 PM ET


LONDON (AFP) - There is 'no way' the war in Iraq can be won by the United States and its allies, a former British Army commander said Friday as he called for the troops to be withdrawn.
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General Sir Michael Rose, who commanded the United Nations Protection Force in Bosnia-Hercegovina from 1994 to 1995, said coalition forces in Iraq were facing an impossible situation.
'There is no way we are going to win the war and (we should) withdraw and accept defeat because we are going to lose on a more important level if we don't,' he said."

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