Officials Unsure of Capture's Impact on Insurgents

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President Bush says the "most important thing" about the capture of Saddam Hussein is that "he can no longer provide any excuse for some who were afraid to act." Administration officials warn that rebel groups remain a force in Iraq, and the impact that Hussein's capture may have on insurgency movements is yet to be known. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.



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