As U.S. forces confront a deadly bombing in Fallujah Tuesday, there's growing evidence that foreign terrorists were responsible for Monday's car bombings in Baghdad that left at least 35 people dead and 230 wounded. A U.S. Army general says one of those involved in the attacks — shot as he attempted to detonate his explosives — had a Syrian passport. Hear NPR's Jacki Lyden.
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