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January 3, 2011 5:45 PM

U.S. Marines report peace deal with tribe in Afghan hot spot

The top U.S. Marine commander in southern Afghanistan said Monday that an influential Afghan tribe had agreed to put a stop to Taliban attacks in a highly contested part of Helmand province sometimes called "Afghanistan's Fallujah."

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