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If the Marja offensive was a performance as much as anything else, then where was the skepticism from the media?
By Jack Mirkinson Apr 13, 2010 at 10:40 AM
About two months ago, thousands of NATO and Afghan troops rolled into Marja, a town in Afghanistan's troubled Helmand province,... More
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