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White crosses marking the graves of 4700 U.N. soldiers killed in the Korean conflict fill a field on a grassy hillside at Pusan, site of the first permanent U.N cemetery in Korea on April 6, 1951. Massed flags of the United Nations fly over the site. (AP Photo/Robert Schutz

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