Day to Day
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Fighting between Shiite militias and Iraqi troops continues in Basra and Baghdad, raising concerns that security gains made during the U.S. "surge" might unravel. Madeleine Brand talks to Dina Temple-Raston, who has the details from Baghdad.
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