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Fallujah Assault Divides Opinion in Iraq

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Fallujah Assault Divides Opinion in Iraq

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Fallujah Assault Divides Opinion in Iraq

Fallujah Assault Divides Opinion in Iraq

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The fighting in Fallujah rouses strong — but mixed — emotions among Iraqis. It is also triggering further violence in several parts of the country. Insurgents reportedly mounted the third major attack on the Iraqi police within four days, storming their bases in Baquoba, 40 miles from the capital. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.

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