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25.06.2012

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Suicide rate now higher than combat toll MP3

New statistics from the war in Afghanistan have revealed more American soldiers are now dying through suicide, rather than in combat. The spike in the number of troops taking their own lives is causing concern at the highest levels of the Obama administration, with the Defence Secretary Leon Panetta admitting he's 'very concerned'. Source: abc.net.au

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