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Rumsfeld: 12 Years to Defeat Insurgency
US Acknowledges Outreach to Iraqi Rebels
Iraq Insurgents Deny Contact With US
US Copter Down in Iraq, Two Pilots Killed
High Court Rejects Appeal by Journalists in CIA Leak Case
Iran's New Leader Takes Tough Line, and Then Softens It
US to Target Assets of Anyone Tied to Suspect Firms
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by Gordon Prather
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Condi's Empty Ultimatum
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