Army Reports Spike in Soldier Suicides in Iraq

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U.S. soldiers have committed suicide at a higher-than-usual rate during the invasion and occupation of Iraq, and the Army must do more to try to prevent suicide and lessen combat-related stress, a new Army study says. The study, the first of its kind undertaken in a war zone, was conducted from August through October to
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