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Blast Rips Through Fallujah Mosque

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Blast Rips Through Fallujah Mosque

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Blast Rips Through Fallujah Mosque

Blast Rips Through Fallujah Mosque

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A crowd of Iraqis is killed in an explosion at a mosque in Fallujah. Iraqi civilians say the blast was caused by a U.S. bomb or missile, but American military officials deny involvement and say it was likely caused when explosives stored near the mosque went off. In Baghdad, at least four U.S. troops are wounded when their vehicles explode. Hear NPR's Deborah Amos.

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