Bombs, Missiles Rain on Baghdad

Iraq's capital absorbs more damage from the sky as B-52 bombers strike in concert with U.S. missiles. Iraqi officials paint an optimistic picture of fierce opposition to U.S. and British troops. Armed soldiers and non-uniformed fighters gather in the streets of Baghdad, awaiting the approach of U.S.-led forces. Hear NPR's Lynn Neary and reporter Paul Eedle.

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