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New Iraqi forces face security test at polls

By Anne Barnard
Globe Staff / January 28, 2005

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SAMARRA, Iraq -- Major Osama's newly minted Iraqi Interior Ministry commandos poked through oil-soaked auto-repair yards and found a homemade bomb and a car stuffed with weapons. It was a small, painstaking success against insurgents who blew up five Iraqi soldiers not far away four days earlier, and have slain at least 375 Iraqi troops and civilians this month alone. (Full article: 1484 words)

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