U.S. Looks to Iraqis for Improved Security After this week's wave of violence in Iraq, President Bush wants more Iraqis involved in trying to stop attacks on U.S.-led forces there. U.S. officials say the new bombings were more sophisticated than previous ones, and may be the work of outside, or al Qaeda forces, working with Saddam Hussein loyalists. NPR's Juan Williams speaks with Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz.
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U.S. Looks to Iraqis for Improved Security

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U.S. Looks to Iraqis for Improved Security

U.S. Looks to Iraqis for Improved Security

U.S. Looks to Iraqis for Improved Security

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After this week's wave of violence in Iraq, President Bush wants more Iraqis involved in trying to stop attacks on U.S.-led forces there. U.S. officials say the new bombings were more sophisticated than previous ones, and may be the work of outside, or al Qaeda forces, working with Saddam Hussein loyalists. NPR's Juan Williams speaks with Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz.

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