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Iraqi Forces and Patrolling Baghdad's Haifa Street

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Iraqi Forces and Patrolling Baghdad's Haifa Street

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Iraqi Forces and Patrolling Baghdad's Haifa Street

Iraqi Forces and Patrolling Baghdad's Haifa Street

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Haifa Street has long been one of the most dangerous in Baghdad. Insurgents stage regular attacks on American troops patrolling the road. Now, the Iraqi Army is taking over the mission, but the U.S. military can't depart just yet. Deborah Amos reports from Baghdad on how the Iraqis are doing.

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