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Here is a sentence from a newspaper: No Turkish troops for Iraq|at Defence talk. What does it mean that Turkish have no troops to send Iraq?

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No it does not mean that Turkish have no troops to send Iraq, it means that Turky would not send troops to Iraq. For is used to refer to future movement or plans in headlines.

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