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U.S. Military Re-Examines Iraq Security

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U.S. Military Re-Examines Iraq Security

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U.S. Military Re-Examines Iraq Security

U.S. Military Re-Examines Iraq Security

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U.S.-led forces in Iraq are reassessing security measures after a string of bombings shake Baghdad, leaving dozens of people dead and hundreds wounded. Mortar rounds explode Tuesday night near U.S. coalition headquarters, but no one is wounded. NPR's Jacki Lyden reports.

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