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Analysis: Iraq insurgency fights on

The new Iraqi government and its American patrons should have been basking in the glow of a two-week blitz of good news. Violence had eased significantly in the Iraqi capital from a security crackdown that blanketed the chaotic city with 75,000 U.S.-backed Iraqi soldiers. President Bush paid a surprise visit to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki in a show of support for an Iraqi government that emerged from an agonizing six-month birth. Full Story

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