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      US Afghan Death Toll Continues Record Pace

      Forty-one American soldiers were killed in Afghanistan in the first three weeks of June, higher than previous numbers for any June since 2001. For example, 25 American troops were killed last June, and 28 in June 2008.

      The US death toll for each month of 2010 so far - January, February, March, April and May - continue to be the worst of any comparable months since the war began.


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