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Iraq militia says to keep weapons, citing instability | Reuters

BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) – A Shi’ite militia that fought U.S. troops in Iraq said Tuesday it will not lay down its arms immediately despite the departure of American forces.

Abu Mustafa al-Khazali, one of the commanders of Kata’ib Hizballah, cited unstable Iraqi politics and uncertainty about the mission and size of the U.S. embassy in Baghdad as reasons for maintaining its war posture.

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