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Allawi Vows to 'Crush' Insurgents

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Allawi Vows to 'Crush' Insurgents

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Allawi Vows to 'Crush' Insurgents

Allawi Vows to 'Crush' Insurgents

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Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi appeals to insurgents to end attacks on Iraqi police and security forces, noting that the army is now "our army, our brothers, our sons." Allawi is considering imposing some form of martial law as he tries to bring order to a newly sovereign Iraq. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly and NPR's Renee Montagne.

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