US confirms bodies of two missing soldiers found

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June 20, 2006 14:29

 
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US Maj. Gen. William Caldwell said the military has recovered what are believed to be are the remains of two missing soldiers. He said the bodies were found late Monday by US troops. "We have recovered what we belive are the remains of our two missing soldiers," he said. "They will be taken back to the United States for positive verification." Caldwell added that the cause of death was "undeterminable at this point."

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