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Obama Briefed on Photos of Soldiers Posing With Dead Suicide Bombers

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White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said President Obama was briefed on photos published today in the Los Angeles Times depicting U.S. military personnel posing with the dismembered bodies of suicide bombers. Carney, speaking with reporters on Air Force One today, said he did not ask the..

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