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Obama launches attack on Clinton over Iran

Criticizes vote; adopts a more aggressive tone

Senator Hillary Clinton greeted area residents during a presidential campaign stop at Hackleboro Orchard in Canterbury, N.H., yesterday. Senator Hillary Clinton greeted area residents during a presidential campaign stop at Hackleboro Orchard in Canterbury, N.H., yesterday. (Jim Cole/Associated Press)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / October 12, 2007

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On the fifth anniversary of the Senate's vote to authorize the Iraq war, Barack Obama launched a sustained attack yesterday on Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton for a much more recent vote that he is painting as similarly misguided - to label Iran's Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist group. (Full article: 935 words)

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