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(From Asia Pulse)
WASHINGTON, July 20 Asia Pulse - Prime Minister John Howard and US President George W Bush say they are committed to keeping troops in Iraq despite moves by Britain to start withdrawing forces next year.
Mr Bush and Mr Howard told a joint press conference at the White House they didn't believe in setting timetables to withdraw troops from Iraq.
Their comments come after Britain's Defence Secretary John Reid said at the weekend that he expected British troops would start pulling out of Iraq during the next year.
Mr Howard said he would not put a timetable on when Australia would pull its troops out of Iraq.