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People and security forces inspect the site of a car bomb explosion at a commercial street in al-Ameen district in southeastern Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, March 16, 2014. A series of car bomb attacks targeting commercial areas and a restaurant killed and wound scores of people, Saturday in Iraq's capital, Baghdad, authorities said. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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In this Aug, 2004 photo courtesy of Michigan State University, Dan Clay, center, talks to members of a PEARL project-supported women’s cooperative in grading/sorting of bird’s eye chillies in Rwanda. Clay had been in the Rwanda for two years directing a food security when war and genocide began in 1994. He, his wife and elementary school-aged children were evacuated by Rwandan military to neighboring Burundi, where U.S. Marines met them and they were flown out. After 20 years, Clay organized a combined business trip and family reunion to the country. (AP Photo/ Michigan State University)

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In this Aug, 2004 photo courtesy of Michigan State University, Dan Clay, discusses opportunities and trends in horticulture exports with a project collaborator in Rwanda. Clay had been in the Rwanda for two years directing a food security when war and genocide began in 1994. He, his wife and elementary school-aged children were evacuated by Rwandan military to neighboring Burundi, where U.S. Marines met them and they were flown out. After 20 years, Clay organized a combined business trip and family reunion to the country. (AP Photo/ Michigan State University)

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In this Aug, 2004 photo courtesy of Michigan State University, Dan Clay, left, discusses pre-drying coffee parchment with an employee at one of Rwanda’s first coffee washing stations in Rwanda. Clay had been in the Rwanda for two years directing a food security when war and genocide began in 1994. He, his wife and elementary school-aged children were evacuated by Rwandan military to neighboring Burundi, where U.S. Marines met them and they were flown out. After 20 years, Clay organized a combined business trip and family reunion to the country. (AP Photo/ Michigan State University, Nelson Wagner)

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South Korean Army's 130mm multiple rocket launchers fire live rounds during an exercise against possible attacks from North Korea in Goseong, South Korea, Monday, March 3, 2014. North Korea fired two additional suspected short-range missiles into the sea Monday amid ongoing military exercises between Seoul and Washington, which the North calls a preparation for an attack, South Korean officials said. (AP Photo/Yonhap, Lee Jong-gun) KOREA OUT

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In this March 6, 2014 photo, the painting "The Battle of Nashville" hangs on the walls of the governor's reception room at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. Beginning in the spring, work crews will take down paintings and sculpture and cover murals and statues as the renovation continues on the century old building. A remark by Gov. Mark Dayton sparked debate whether the reception room need six paintings of Civil War scenes. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

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In this undated photo made available by the U.S. Army, shows Maj. General Lester Eisner. Eisner, 60, retired from his post on March 5, 2014, as South Carolina's no. 2 man. The pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with Eisner, who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/U.S. Army, HO)

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In this Dec. 6, 2011 made available by the U.S. Army National Reserve, shows a members of the 1-151st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion as they prepare the last Apaches to leave for Camp Buehring, Kuwait. A Pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with the newly-retired South Carolina National Guard general who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/ U.S. Army National Guard, Tracci Dorgan,)

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In this photo released by the U.S Army National Guard shows an AH-64D Apache Longbow with the South Carolina Army National Guard releasing flares during a test over Camp Tajo, Iraq, October 8, 2011. A Pentagon budget plan to strip the Army National Guard’s Apache attack helicopters from America’s citizen-soldiers doesn’t sit well with the newly-retired South Carolina National Guard general who commanded a chopper battalion and flew them for more than 1,500 hours. (AP Photo/U.S. Army National Guard, Tracci Dorgan)