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U.S. deaths in Iraq hit 21-month high

October became the deadliest month for U.S. soldiers in Iraq in nearly two years on Saturday with the announcement of the death of a U.S. Marine in the western Anbar province. A brief military statement said the Marine died from wounds sustained in an attack on Friday in Anbar, the heartland of Iraq’s Sunni Muslim insurgency. It brought the number of U.S. forces killed so far this month to 98, the highest since January 2005 when 107 were killed, capping a difficult week over Iraq for President Bush ahead of the November 7 congressional elections. Full Story

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