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December 24, 1989 | JACK NELSON, TIMES WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF
With American casualties still rising as fighting in Panama swept into its fourth day, the Bush Administration conceded Saturday that the U.S. invasion force faces "weeks and months" of duty in the battle-scarred country. The failure to capture Manuel A. Noriega, the ousted Panamanian dictator, and to get the new U.S.-installed government of Guillermo Endara fully organized and functional have grown into severe problems for the U.S. military operation, Administration officials said.
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December 24, 1989 | JACK NELSON, TIMES WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF
With American casualties still rising as fighting in Panama swept into its fourth day, the Bush Administration conceded Saturday that the U.S. invasion force faces "weeks and months" of duty in the battle-scarred country. The failure to capture Manuel A. Noriega, the ousted Panamanian dictator, and to get the new U.S.-installed government of Guillermo Endara fully organized and functional have grown into severe problems for the U.S. military operation, Administration officials said.
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