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Israeli PM Olmert to Resign in Sept.
US Troops Kill Three More Iraqi Civilians
  Iraqi, US Forces Meet No Resistance in Diyala Op
  Richard Perle Looks at Iraq Oil Business
  US Officers: 'Sons of Iraq' 'Just Trying to Get Us to Fight Their Battles'
  Turkish Strikes in Northern Iraq 'Retaliation' for Istanbul Bombing
Pakistani PM: No Unilateral US Attacks
  CIA Outlines Pakistan Links With Militants
  Militants Capture 25 Pakistani Security Personnel
  Pakistan Plans a Push Into Its Tribal Areas
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Risks to Civilians Rise as Afghan Air War Grows
  Afghanistan Surpasses Iraq as Deadliest Spot for US Troops
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Indian Police Struggle to Halt Bombings
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