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Doubts raised on linking of Iran to US deaths in Iraq

By Farah Stockman and Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / February 14, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Security analysts and critics of the Bush administration are questioning the quality of intelligence presented by three unidentified US officials in Baghdad on Sunday to demonstrate the Iranian government's ties to sophisticated explosives that have killed 170 US soldiers in Iraq. (Full article: 1281 words)

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