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Iraqi Journalist Hurls Shoes at Bush

President George W. Bush made a surprise farewell visit to Baghdad, Dec. 14, 2008, staunchly defending a war that has taken far more time, money and lives than anticipated, but he received a taste of local resentment toward his policies.

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