Top U.S. Commander in Middle East Resigns

Adm. William Fallon, the top U.S. military commander for the Middle East, has resigned, citing a magazine article which suggested he was at odds with President Bush's policy toward Iran. In a statement released by U.S. Central Command, Fallon disputed a recent Esquire magazine article that suggested differences between his views and administration policies concerning Iran. "Recent press reports suggesting a disconnect between my views and the president's policy objectives have become a...Full Story
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