Fallujah Residents Return; Security Fears Persist

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The interim Iraqi government will allow some 2,000 residents of Fallujah to return home beginning Thursday. About 200,000 residents fled the city before November's U.S. offensive there. But insurgent attacks are hampering resettlement and reconstruction efforts. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports.



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