Residents Begin to Reclaim Fallujah In Fallujah, residents have returned to their homes in the city where a curfew remains in place, with some 5,000 U.S. and Iraqi government troops in control. The city west of Baghdad was left largely in ruins after last November's U.S. offensive against Iraqi insurgents.
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Residents Begin to Reclaim Fallujah

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Residents Begin to Reclaim Fallujah

Residents Begin to Reclaim Fallujah

Residents Begin to Reclaim Fallujah

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In Fallujah, residents have returned to their homes in the city where a curfew remains in place, with some 5,000 U.S. and Iraqi government troops in control. The city west of Baghdad was left largely in ruins after last November's U.S. offensive against Iraqi insurgents.