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U.S. Troops Boost Profile After Fallujah Clash
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U.S. Troops Boost Profile After Fallujah Clash

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U.S. troops boost their presence in Baghdad after two American soldiers are killed and nine wounded by Iraqi gunmen in Fallujah, a city west of Baghdad on the Euphrates River. NPR's Nick Spicer reports that in Fallujah, hostility toward the U.S. occupation is vocal and widespread.

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