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Iraq

Man starts Camp Hope for veterans

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videoTwo years ago, Bolivia resident Chris Neal was killed in Iraq. Now, his dad is honoring his son in a big way. Full story...
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General: withdrawals in Afghanistan might be 3 years away

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An American general leading NATO forces in Afghanistan says troop withdrawals could start in about three years. Full story...
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Iraqis accuse NC-based Blackwater of shredding documents

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Lawyers for several Iraqis have accused North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide of shredding documents related to federal investigations into the company. Full story...
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2 NC-based Marines killed in Iraq

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The military says two Marines from Camp Lejeune have died of wounds they suffered during combat in Iraq's Anbar province. Full story...
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Wallace Police detective dies, 14 wounded in Iraq attack

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videoWallace Police received some sad news today about one of their own. Wallace Police Det. Emanuel Pickett was serving in Iraq with the National Guard. He was killed there Sunday. Full story...
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Overall US death toll in Iraq hits 4,000

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A U.S. military spokesman says every death in Iraq is "equally tragic." He spoke after the American death toll in Iraq reached 4,000. Full story...
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Protesters gather for Iraq War anniversary

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videoGroups wanting to end the war gathered all around the country Wednesday. One of those spots was here in Wilmington at the intersection of College and Oleander. Full story...
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Two NC-based paratroopers killed in Iraq in explosion

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Two paratroopers based in North Carolina have died from wounds they suffered in an explosion in Iraq. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marine from Georgia killed in Iraq's Anbar province

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A Marine from Georgia who was based at Camp Lejeune has died while fighting in Iraq. Full story...
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Marines open testimony for inquiry into Afghanistan shooting

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The Marine Corps is set to open testimony in a legal tribunal called to investigate allegations that a special forces unit killed as many as 19 Afghan civilians. Full story...
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