New U.S. Tactics Yield 73 Iraqi Suspects

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U.S. forces in Iraq arrest 73 suspected guerrillas in a raid north of Baghdad, including a man believed to be the group's local leader. U.S. officials say tips that culminated in the capture of Saddam Hussein highlight a new approach to gathering intelligence in Iraq. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.

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