Iraqis Blame U.S. for Attacks The aftermath of Tuesday's attacks in Baghdad and the holy city of Karbala includes a backlash against what Iraqis consider lax U.S. attempts at security. U.S. officials in Iraq say the attacks on Shiite shrines, which killed more than 170 people, may be the work of foreign terrorists. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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Iraqis Angry at U.S. over Holiday Bombing

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Iraqis Angry at U.S. over Holiday Bombing

Iraqis Angry at U.S. over Holiday Bombing

Iraqis Angry at U.S. over Holiday Bombing

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The aftermath of Tuesday's attacks in Baghdad and the holy city of Karbala includes a backlash against what Iraqis consider lax U.S. attempts at security. U.S. officials in Iraq say the attacks on Shiite shrines, which killed more than 170 people, may be the work of foreign terrorists. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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