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Basra Violence Strains Cease-Fire Agreement
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Basra Violence Strains Cease-Fire Agreement

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Basra Violence Strains Cease-Fire Agreement

Basra Violence Strains Cease-Fire Agreement
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Violence between armed militias and Iraqi security forces erupted in Basra on Tuesday.

Alex Chadwick talks to Sudarsan Raghavan, Washington Post Baghdad bureau chief, about who is behind the fighting and what it means for a cease-fire agreement imposed last summer.

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