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Two U.S. Soldiers Killed in Western Iraq

Guerrillas killed two U.S. soldiers and wounded a third in an ambush in western Iraq, the military said Sunday. A day earlier, seven Spanish intelligence agents and two Japanese diplomats died in separate attacks near Baghdad. With the latest deaths, 104 coalition troops have died in November in Iraq, with guerrillas killing 79 American soldiers and 25 allied troops, making it the bloodiest month of the war that began March 20. The military said the U.S. troops were killed when a task force from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment was hit Saturday by rocket-propelled grenades and automatic fire east of the border town of Husaybah, 180 miles northwest of Baghdad. Full Story

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