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Marines Prepare for Action in Fallujah

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Marines Prepare for Action in Fallujah

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Marines Prepare for Action in Fallujah

Marines Prepare for Action in Fallujah

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U.S. military officials say American Marines will go into Fallujah, Iraq, "sooner rather than later" in response to the deaths of four U.S. security contractors. U.S. forces are studying tapes of the televised incident to identify those responsible. NPR's Philip Reeves reports on the latest developments from Iraq.

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