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U.S. Soldiers Wounded in Grenade Blast in Iraq
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U.S. Soldiers Wounded in Grenade Blast in Iraq

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U.S. Soldiers Wounded in Grenade Blast in Iraq

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Unknown attackers throw two grenades into a U.S. compound in Fallujah, injuring at least seven American soldiers. The attack, which follows three days of clashes between U.S. forces and Iraqi protesters, comes as the Bush administration taps former State Department official Paul Bremer to become civilian administrator in Iraq and oversee the country's transition to democracy. Hear NPR's Guy Raz.

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