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Two US soldiers killed in Iraq; Chinese team visits post-Saddam Iraq

Two US soldiers were killed in separate attacks as a first official Chinese delegation arrived in post-Saddam Iraq, while NATO looked unlikely to decide this year on any deployment in the country. Two children also died on Monday in Iraq, in what a senior US army official said was a bomb attack on a primary school in Baghdad. A rebel group claiming to represent Islamist militants in the restive town of Fallujah, meanwhile, denied any involvement in a raid that left 23 policemen dead Saturday and called for a halt to all attacks on Iraqi security forces. A military policeman from the US Army’s 1st Armoured Division died and another was wounded when a home-made bomb exploded as a three-vehicle convoy passed through the centre of the capital, the US-led coalition said. Full Story

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