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Fallujah Blast Fuels Anti-American Sentiments
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Fallujah Blast Fuels Anti-American Sentiments

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Fallujah Blast Fuels Anti-American Sentiments

Fallujah Blast Fuels Anti-American Sentiments
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Thousands of Iraqis in Fallujah chant anti-U.S. slogans after an explosion at a local mosque kills at least nine people. Fallujah residents blame U.S. forces for the blast, but U.S. officials deny involvement. Meanwhile, six American soldiers are wounded in two separate attacks in and around Baghdad. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.

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