Arlington graves stripped of personal mementos in controversial cleanup

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Arlington National Cemetery recently began enforcing a policy that forbids the placing of mementos on graves, notably in Section 60, which contains the graves of over 800 servicemen and women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. The removal of personal items has outraged many families of those buried in the cemetery, Reuters reports. 

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(Source: NBCNews.com)