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U.S. Vows to Find Killers

U.S. officials in Iraq on Thursday vowed an “overwhelming” response to the brutal killing of four American security contractors in Fallouja, but said a military strike was not imminent. Authorities here said they would seek to tame the Sunni Muslim-dominated city, a hotbed of anti-American violence since a bloody incident last April in which residents say U.S. soldiers opened fire on a crowd of protesters, killing 14. In Washington on Thursday, a White House spokesman said the Bush administration would “stay the course” in Iraq. Full Story

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