Curfew Brings Quiet But Iraqis Say Crisis Isn't Over

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Iraqi Soldiers Search House in Baiji, Iraq i

Iraqi army soldiers question a man before searching his house Feb. 23, 2006 during a "cordon and knock" operation near the northern Iraqi city of Baiji. Reuters/Reuters hide caption

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Iraqi Soldiers Search House in Baiji, Iraq

Iraqi army soldiers question a man before searching his house Feb. 23, 2006 during a "cordon and knock" operation near the northern Iraqi city of Baiji.

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An unprecedented daytime curfew imposed by the Iraqi government deters attacks after a recent surge in sectarian violence. Iraqis, however, say that the crisis caused by Wednesday's bombing of a Shiite shrine is far from over, and rumblings of civil war can be heard around Baghdad.

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