(Updates to mid-morning) By Denise Duclaux NEW YORK, March 20 (Reuters) - Stocks fell on Thursday, pressured by travel and leisure shares hours after the United States unleashed a war on Iraq that President George W. Bush warned may be longer and more difficult than some had thought. Bush began a war to topple Saddam Hussein with dawn air strikes on Baghdad that hit "selected targets." He said the U.S. military would seek a swift victory but warned that the war may be "more difficult ...
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