Britain pulls troops out of Sangin, Afghanistan

By Andy Rice 7 July 2010

The British Army is set to announce on Wednesday that its troops will be withdrawn from Sangin, Afghanistan. Britain has 1,000 troops stationed in the Sangin area, and about one-third of its 311 casualties in the war have been based there. US troops will replace their UK counterparts in October. Read more: Financial Times

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