U.S. Troops Fan Out in Baghdad U.S.-led forces fan out across Baghdad, meeting heavy resistance. U.S. tanks move north from a presidential palace seized Monday, and U.S. Marines cross the Diala River to take control of Baghdad's Rasheed Airport. Hear NPR's Nick Spicer.
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U.S.-Led Troops Increase Presence in Baghdad

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U.S.-Led Troops Increase Presence in Baghdad

U.S.-Led Troops Increase Presence in Baghdad

U.S.-Led Troops Increase Presence in Baghdad

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U.S.-led forces fan out across Baghdad, meeting heavy resistance. U.S. tanks move north from a presidential palace seized Monday, and U.S. Marines cross the Diala River to take control of Baghdad's Rasheed Airport. Hear NPR's Nick Spicer.

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