Iraq: Three US soldiers killed in Iraq

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June 13, 2007 10:54

 
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Roadside bombs killed two US soldiers in separate incidents in Baghdad, and a US Marine was killed in combat in Anbar province, the US military said Wednesday. One soldier died Monday when a bomb detonated during combat operations in an eastern section of the capital, the military said in a statement. Another soldier was killed and two others were wounded when their vehicle struck a bomb in southern Baghdad early Tuesday, the statement said. Both soldiers were assigned to Multi-National Division-Baghdad. The Marine, assigned to Multi-National Force-West, was killed Tuesday while conducting combat operations in Iraq's western Anbar province, another statement said. The victims' names were withheld pending family notification.

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