In Baghdad Slum, Sunnis and Shiites Unite Against U.S. In Khorea, a mixed Sunni-Shiite slum in Baghdad, residents struggle to cope with the recent upsurge in violence in Iraq. The U.S. siege of Fallujah, a Sunni stronghold west of Baghdad, is producing a powerful backlash, uniting Sunnis and Shiites against the American occupation. NPR's Anne Garrel's reports.
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In Baghdad Slum, Sunnis and Shiites Unite Against U.S.

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In Baghdad Slum, Sunnis and Shiites Unite Against U.S.

In Baghdad Slum, Sunnis and Shiites Unite Against U.S.

In Baghdad Slum, Sunnis and Shiites Unite Against U.S.

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In Khorea, a mixed Sunni-Shiite slum in Baghdad, residents struggle to cope with the recent upsurge in violence in Iraq. The U.S. siege of Fallujah, a Sunni stronghold west of Baghdad, is producing a powerful backlash, uniting Sunnis and Shiites against the American occupation. NPR's Anne Garrel's reports.

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