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Iraqis React to Effects of U.S. Troop Increase

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Iraqis React to Effects of U.S. Troop Increase

Iraqis React to Effects of U.S. Troop Increase

Iraqis React to Effects of U.S. Troop Increase

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Gen. David Petraeus is scheduled to deliver his progress report on Iraq next month. Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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Next month, Gen. David Petraeus delivers his much-awaited progress report on Iraq, when he will assess where things stand since the addition of 30,000 U.S. troops to the country starting this past February.

Iraqi civilians in Baghdad share their opinions of whether the added troops have had an effect.

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