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U.S. Military Extends Fallujah Cease-Fire

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U.S. Military Extends Fallujah Cease-Fire

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U.S. Military Extends Fallujah Cease-Fire

U.S. Military Extends Fallujah Cease-Fire

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U.S. military officials extend the cease-fire in the Iraqi city of Fallujah for at least two more days. U.S. officials agree to send troops on joint patrols with Iraqi police and civil defense officers in Fallujah instead of launching an assault on the city. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Washington Post reporter Rajiv Chandrasekaran.

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