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More U-S troop deaths in Iraq action
Friday,November12,2004,8:15 AM
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UNDATED The U-S military says two U-S soldiers have been killed in different parts of Iraq.

One was crushed to death yesterday when his tank rolled over near Fallujah. The First Cavalry Division soldier died when the road he was traveling on gave way as the tank headed to a refueling station outside the insurgent stronghold.

U-S and Iraqi troops have launched a major assault on Fallujah, 40 miles west of Baghdad.

To the north, a U-S soldier was killed during fighting in Mosul. A military statement says the Task Force Olympia soldier was hit yesterday by small arms fire during "combat operations" in the city 225 miles northwest of Baghdad.

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