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Pentagon: Attacks May Signal Resistance Movement in Iraq

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The Pentagon says security in Iraq is improving, despite this week's attacks on U.S. troops that left four soldiers dead. But defense officials say U.S. commanders are concerned the small-scale attacks on U.S. forces could grow and are investigating whether the incidents could be an early indication of guerrilla activity. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.

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