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January 7, 2014 6:18 PM

Al Qaida gains in Iraq concern U.S. Army chief

The Army’s top military commander expressed deep concern Tuesday over recent territorial gains in Iraq by al Qaida-backed insurgents and declined to rule out the return of more U.S. troops to the war-torn country if overall security there worsens.

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