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Insurgent attacks in Iraq at highest level in 2 years

Militants exploiting political uncertainty, Pentagon says

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / May 31, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon reported yesterday that the frequency of insurgent attacks against troops and civilians is at its highest level since American commanders began tracking such figures two years ago, an ominous sign that, despite three years of combat, the US-led coalition forces haven't significantly weakened the Iraq insurgency. (Full article: 1089 words)

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