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Maine soldier is killed in Iraq
(By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff, 3/16/2006)
An Army sergeant from Norway, Maine, has died in a firefight in Iraq, nearly four months after the birth of a son he never saw, family members said yesterday.

86 men are found slain execution-style in Iraq
(By Ellen Knickmeyer and Naseer Nouri, Washington Post, 3/15/2006)
BAGHDAD -- Iraqi authorities discovered the bodies of at least 86 shot or strangled men across the city yesterday, most with their hands tied and many of them tortured. They included 27 corpses in one of the first mass graves to be found in the capital since the US invasion three years ago.

Documents: FBI spied on Pa. pacifists
(By Jonathan Barnes, Reuters, 3/15/2006)
PITTSBURGH -- FBI antiterrorism agents spied on a US peace group simply because it opposed the Iraq war, part of an ''unprecedented campaign'' to spy on innocent citizens, the American Civil Liberties Union said yesterday.

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