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Ramadi Emerges as Center of Resistance to U.S. Occupation of Iraq

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Ramadi Emerges as Center of Resistance to U.S. Occupation of Iraq

Ramadi Emerges as Center of Resistance to U.S. Occupation of Iraq

Ramadi Emerges as Center of Resistance to U.S. Occupation of Iraq

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Ramadi is a two-hour drive west of Baghdad. It has emerged as a major center of Iraqi resistance to the U.S. occupation. Guerrilla attacks on U.S. forces are now a daily occurrence. NPR's Guy Raz reports.