Pentagon on Attacks in Iraq The Pentagon says security in Iraq is improving, despite this week's attacks on U.S. troops that left four soldiers dead. But defense officials say U.S. commanders are concerned the small-scale attacks on U.S. forces could grow and are investigating whether the incidents could be an early indication of guerrilla activity. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.
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Pentagon: Attacks May Signal Resistance Movement in Iraq

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Pentagon: Attacks May Signal Resistance Movement in Iraq

Pentagon: Attacks May Signal Resistance Movement in Iraq

Pentagon: Attacks May Signal Resistance Movement in Iraq

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The Pentagon says security in Iraq is improving, despite this week's attacks on U.S. troops that left four soldiers dead. But defense officials say U.S. commanders are concerned the small-scale attacks on U.S. forces could grow and are investigating whether the incidents could be an early indication of guerrilla activity. Hear NPR's Tom Gjelten.

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