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Tribal Head in Sunni Triangle Proposes U.S. Talks

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Tribal Head in Sunni Triangle Proposes U.S. Talks

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Tribal Head in Sunni Triangle Proposes U.S. Talks

Tribal Head in Sunni Triangle Proposes U.S. Talks

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Influential Sheikh Mudhir Kherbeit makes overtures to open talks with U.S. officials in Iraq's Al Anbar province, a scene of fierce fighting between U.S. forces and insurgents. More U.S. troops have been killed or wounded in the Sunni Triangle area than in any other part of the country. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.