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Fallujah Attacks Reveal Depth of Rage

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Fallujah Attacks Reveal Depth of Rage

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Fallujah Attacks Reveal Depth of Rage

Fallujah Attacks Reveal Depth of Rage

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Few residents of Fallujah seem to show remorse for attacks Wednesday on four U.S. civilians in the city, whose bodies were burned and hanged by angry mobs. Many residents in the restive town tell reporters the grisly deaths were a proper show of disdain for America. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman.

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