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By Remy Benoit

From the AP and CNN They had nicknames: A closer look at a few of the fallen.

From the AP and CNN Mourners become ambassadors for fallen.

From the AP and CNN 'Everyday folks' dying in National Guard.

From CNN U.S. death toll in Iraq reaches 2,000.

From the Washington Post, John Ward Anderson, Steve Fainaru and Jonathan Finer, and MSNBC Stronger homemade bombs prove lethal in Iraq
Roadside explosives account for half of U.S. deaths.


From the AP and Military.com Bush Tries to Revive Support for Iraq War.

From the Chicago Tribune and Military.com US Anti-War Groups Prepare to Mark 2000th Iraq Death.

From the Guardian, UK, and Simon Jeffery Grim Milestones.

An opinion piece from Medea Benjamin and Gayle Brandeis and Common Dreams 2000 Too Many.

In related news:

From the AP and CNN U.S.
U.S. drops nuclear 'bunker-buster' plans.


From the AP and CNN White House sidesteps questions about Cheney.

From the San Francisco Chronicle and John Stein Bush team sought to snuff CIA doubts
Differences over Iraq WMD latest attempt to override agency.

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