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  Gates Defends Right of US to Strike in Pakistan
  US Military Advisors May Soon Head to Pakistan
  US Airstrikes Test Alliance With Pakistan
  Taliban Opens New Front in Pakistan
Iraqis Say US Raid Kills Displaced Family of 8
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  Talks on Sending Monitors to Georgia Deadlocked
Karzai-Allied Governor Killed by NATO Troops
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  Russia Envoy Warns NATO on Air Space to Afghanistan
  US Wants $20 Billion More to Fund Afghanistan Fight
Ahmadinejad Underlines Commitment to Nuclear Agenda
  Iran Official Says Missiles Can Reach Ships in Gulf
  Ahmadinejad Ready to Debate US Presidential Hopefuls
Gates: US Should Apologize More Quickly for Deaths
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