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Most of Fallujah in U.S. Hands, Military Says

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Most of Fallujah in U.S. Hands, Military Says

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Most of Fallujah in U.S. Hands, Military Says

Most of Fallujah in U.S. Hands, Military Says

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The U.S. military says it controls about 80 percent of Fallujah after six days of fighting. Marines are conducting a house-by-house search for insurgents still hiding in the Iraqi city. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Anne Garrels.

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