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U.S. Forces Work to Restore Services to Fallujah

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U.S. Forces Work to Restore Services to Fallujah

U.S. Forces Work to Restore Services to Fallujah

U.S. Forces Work to Restore Services to Fallujah

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Marine Lt. Gen. John Sattler discusses American efforts to restore basic services to Fallujah, so that the 300,000 residents can begin returning. A major offensive by U.S.-led forces severely damaged the city. Sattler talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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