White House Urges Caution President Bush is pleased with the U.S. military's progress in Baghdad and believes the "historical moment" is a "powerful testament to mankind's desire to live free," White House spokesman Ari Fleischer says. But the White House also warns that dangers for U.S. troops could still lie ahead. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.
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White House Urges Caution Despite U.S. Gains in Baghdad

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White House Urges Caution Despite U.S. Gains in Baghdad

White House Urges Caution Despite U.S. Gains in Baghdad

White House Urges Caution Despite U.S. Gains in Baghdad

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President Bush is pleased with the U.S. military's progress in Baghdad and believes the "historical moment" is a "powerful testament to mankind's desire to live free," White House spokesman Ari Fleischer says. But the White House also warns that dangers for U.S. troops could still lie ahead. Hear NPR's Brian Naylor.

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