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  • Iraq conflict leads to U.S. moving out some embassy staff

    Security at the U.S. embassy in Baghdad was bolstered and some staff members were being moved out of Iraq’s capital city as it was threatened by the advance of an …

  • Hidden bombs kill five in Iraq

    BAGHDAD – A car bomb went off Sunday near the governor’s residence in the turbulent northern city of Mosul, killing a policeman and wounding three civilians, hours after a lone …

  • Quick Iraq exit risky, Crocker says

    BAGHDAD – U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker on Thursday warned against a hasty withdrawal of American forces from Iraq and offered a sobering assessment of the country despite what he called …

  • Bush did what he ‘thought was right’

    WASHINGTON – Thursday night, President Bush said goodbye. Speaking for the last time to a nation he has led for eight years, he mixed his trademark confidence with a hint …

  • Bush concedes ‘disappointments’ in final news conference

    WASHINGTON – President Bush on Monday declared emphatically that “most people around the world, they respect America,” strongly disagreeing with the idea that the country’s moral standing suffered during his …



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