By Randall Palmer OTTAWA, Feb 27 (Reuters) - After weeks of indecision, the Canadian government stated clearly on Thursday it would be unable to make any substantial deployment of ground troops to Iraq because of its commitment to peacekeeping in Afghanistan. The government has been reluctant to commit to any ground operation in Iraq ahead of a U.N. decision. And when it committed on Feb. 12 to send troops to Afghanistan, a spokesman said it had "nothing to do with a possible war on ...
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