US Troops Open Fire on Iraqis American troops open fire on Iraqis rallying outside a religious school in Fallujah, west of Baghdad. At least 12 people are killed in the shooting. U.S. Army officials say soldiers fired after coming under attack by protesters in the crowd, but Iraqi demonstrators deny any shots were fired at the troops. Hear NPR's Guy Raz.
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U.S. Troops Fire on Iraqi Protesters

American troops open fire on Iraqis rallying outside a religious school in Fallujah, west of Baghdad. At least 12 people are killed in the shooting. U.S. Army officials say soldiers fired after coming under attack by protesters in the crowd, but Iraqi demonstrators deny any shots were fired at the troops. Hear NPR's Guy Raz.

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