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March 14, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The remains of five American servicemen turned over by Baghdad were en route to the United States on Wednesday as civil unrest in Iraq appeared to threaten efforts to forge a permanent cease-fire. The remains of the Americans, along with those of eight Britons, were flown by the Red Cross earlier from Baghdad to a U.S. military mortuary at the Dhahran air base in Saudi Arabia, where forensics experts examined them.
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July 13, 2007 | Maura Reynolds and Noam N. Levey, Times Staff Writers
Stemming a revolt among Senate Republicans, President Bush appeared Thursday to win two more months for his "surge" strategy in Iraq after arguing that U.S. forces had made some progress and needed time to make the country more secure. Issuing a report to Congress on the war, Bush acknowledged that Iraqi leaders had made little headway in resolving the political conflicts that have paralyzed the government and fueled sectarian violence.
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July 13, 2007 | Maura Reynolds and Noam N. Levey, Times Staff Writers
Stemming a revolt among Senate Republicans, President Bush appeared Thursday to win two more months for his "surge" strategy in Iraq after arguing that U.S. forces had made some progress and needed time to make the country more secure. Issuing a report to Congress on the war, Bush acknowledged that Iraqi leaders had made little headway in resolving the political conflicts that have paralyzed the government and fueled sectarian violence.
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March 14, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The remains of five American servicemen turned over by Baghdad were en route to the United States on Wednesday as civil unrest in Iraq appeared to threaten efforts to forge a permanent cease-fire. The remains of the Americans, along with those of eight Britons, were flown by the Red Cross earlier from Baghdad to a U.S. military mortuary at the Dhahran air base in Saudi Arabia, where forensics experts examined them.
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