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NATO Says It Is Stepping Up Attacks on Libya Targets
By THOM SHANKER 2:47 PM ET
The shift of targets is intended to weaken Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s grip on power in Libya and frustrate his forces in the field, NATO planners said.
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The company said an “unauthorized person” had obtained personal information about its account-holders, possibly including their credit card numbers.
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The most immediate fallout was a mounting sense among Afghans that government corruption and incompetence were as much to blame as the Taliban.
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