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Crowds Cheer Deadly Attacks in Fallujah

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Crowds Cheer Deadly Attacks in Fallujah

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Crowds Cheer Deadly Attacks in Fallujah

Crowds Cheer Deadly Attacks in Fallujah

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Five U.S. soldiers are killed in a roadside bombing west of Baghdad. In Fallujah, four civilian foreigners — including one American — are killed when insurgents ambush their vehicles in Fallujah, a Sunni stronghold. Cheering crowds drag the corpses through the streets and hang them from a bridge. Hear NPR's Ivan Watson.

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