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29 Killed as Blasts Hit Western India
Iraq Cost Nearing Vietnam's Price Tag
  4,000 US Combat Deaths, and Just a Handful of Images
  Gates Wants to Shift $1.2 Billion to Bolster War Surveillance
  McCain Gives Qualified Endorsement to Iraq Timetable
Iraq Ex-Insurgents Want More Money, or Else
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  US Disputes Israeli Claim: No Russian Missiles for Iran This Year
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