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U.S. Troops at Mosul Base Shaken by Notion of Suicide Attack

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U.S. Troops at Mosul Base Shaken by Notion of Suicide Attack

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U.S. Troops at Mosul Base Shaken by Notion of Suicide Attack

U.S. Troops at Mosul Base Shaken by Notion of Suicide Attack

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Tuesday's attack on a U.S. military base near the northern Iraq city of Mosul has troops there contemplating the base's vulnerability. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Bill Nemitz of the Portland Press Herald.

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