Pentagon Expects Tough Fight in Fallujah Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says the offensive in Fallujah is key to establishing democracy in Iraq. He also called instances of desertion by Iraqi troops an isolated problem. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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Pentagon Expects Tough Fight in Fallujah

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Pentagon Expects Tough Fight in Fallujah

Pentagon Expects Tough Fight in Fallujah

Pentagon Expects Tough Fight in Fallujah

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Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says the offensive in Fallujah is key to establishing democracy in Iraq. He also called instances of desertion by Iraqi troops an isolated problem. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.