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By David Keene
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Topic - Alayne Conway
A man in Iraqi custody has confessed to killing a U.S. soldier whose remains were found in 2008, four years after he was kidnapped by insurgents and a video showed him surrounded by armed captors, an Army spokeswoman told The Associated Press on Friday.
The time frame set for Sgt. Bergdahl's rest and relaxation period is closing in, Ms. Conway said, noting that he arrived in Germany on June 1.
Lt. Col. Alayne Conway, an Army spokeswoman, told the AP on Friday that a man in custody in Iraq confessed to killing Maupin.