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U.S. Military Believes Saddam May Be Guiding Attacks

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U.S. Military Believes Saddam May Be Guiding Attacks

U.S. Military Believes Saddam May Be Guiding Attacks

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A U.S. soldier dies in an attack in Iraq, and a pro-Saddam riot breaks out in one district of Baghdad. In Tikrit, U.S. troops seal off the village where the ousted leader was born, as reports emerge that Hussein may be coordinating attacks against occupying forces. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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