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.



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