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Brig. Gen. Vince Brooks indicates battle locations on a screen during a news conference at Camp As Sayliyah in Doha, Qatar. (AP)
Egyptian Urges Quick U.S. Exit
AMMAN, Jordan, April 23 -- Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak added his voice today to those of other U.S. allies in the Arab world urging the United States to swiftly transfer power in Baghdad to a new Iraqi government so that U.S. and British forces can be withdrawn from Iraq as soon as possible.

Arabs Feel Sting of Yet Another Bitter Setback
Humiliation is the word being used across the Arab world these days to describe the war in Iraq. The dismay is shared not only by anti-American radicals, but also by those who have felt kinship with the West.

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