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Renewed Fighting Follows U.S. Raid in Iraq

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Renewed Fighting Follows U.S. Raid in Iraq

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Renewed Fighting Follows U.S. Raid in Iraq

Renewed Fighting Follows U.S. Raid in Iraq

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U.S. air and ground troops attack what military officials call a suspected guerilla training camp, killing about 70 anti-U.S. forces. In a separate incident, 27 Iraqi fighters die when a U.S. armored patrol returns fire after coming under attack north of Baghdad. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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