US military: Two American soldiers killed in Baghdad

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September 19, 2007 17:53

 
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A US soldier was killed Wednesday during combat operations in the west of the Iraqi capital, the military said. The Multi-National Division - Baghdad soldier died in an attack as US troops conducted targeted raids and clearing operations in this section of the Iraqi capital in order to disrupt insurgent and criminal militia elements, the brief military statement said. Earlier, the military said that another Multi-National Division - Baghdad soldier was killed in an attack Tuesday by small arms fire while conducting combat operations Tuesday in a southern section of the Iraqi capital.

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