There are more than 6,000 non-US forces
in Afghanistan as part of the 'Resolute Support' mission.
Discussion over the bill mandating the presence of non-US forces
has been confused in recent days.
Baghdad's council of representatives yesterday threw out for a second time the draft law which would allow UK and other non-US forces
to stay in the country until the end of July.
The resolution sets a timetable for all non-US forces
to be pulled out next year
Watban Ibrahim Hasan al-Tikriti was held by non-US forces
and handed over, coalition officials said.