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The US military has announced the death of six more American soldiers in Iraq today, bringing the military death toll there to 2,977.  That's four more than the number killed in the…

Military Deaths in Iraq Surpass Number Killed on September 11

The US military has announced the death of six more American soldiers in Iraq today, bringing the military death toll there to 2,977.  That's four more than the number killed in the…

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