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Relations Strained Between Iraq Civilians, U.S. Troops

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Relations Strained Between Iraq Civilians, U.S. Troops

Relations Strained Between Iraq Civilians, U.S. Troops

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Three-and-a-half months after the fall of Baghdad, resentment to the presence of U.S. soldiers seems to be growing. When Saddam Hussein's regime collapsed and looting erupted across Baghdad, doctors at the city's Al Kindi hospital begged American troops to protect them. But now, relations between U.S. soldiers and the medical staff are strained. NPR's Anne Garrels reports.

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