Time May Not Be on Side of New Iraq Strategy The White House and Pentagon are touting a strategy called "clear, hold and retain" as their new approach to controlling the violence in Iraq. Statistics suggests it is working, and experts call the strategy sound. But there may not be enough time left for it to work.
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Time May Not Be on Side of New Iraq Strategy

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Time May Not Be on Side of New Iraq Strategy

Time May Not Be on Side of New Iraq Strategy

Time May Not Be on Side of New Iraq Strategy

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