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Mosul Residents Chafe at U.S. Presence

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Mosul Residents Chafe at U.S. Presence

Mosul Residents Chafe at U.S. Presence

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Residents of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul say they see signs of improved conditions. But they remain unhappy with the American occupation and the city is no longer safe for foreigners. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.

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