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More American Troops Sustain Brain Injuries From Iran Missile Strike in Iraq

NYTimes.com Friday, 31 January 2020
The number, which has steadily increased since the Jan. 8 attack, is now at 64.
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The United States originally announced that nobody had been hurt in the strikes that were in retaliation to the US assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.

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