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January 16, 2014 6:00 AM

Iraq war veterans upset by al Qaida gains

Marine Corps Cpl. Tireak Tulloch watched in dismay at the start of the New Year as al Qaida-backed fighters swarmed into Fallujah, Ramadi and other parts of the Sunni Triangle where he and fellow Iraq veterans fought the war’s most decisive battles.

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