Attacks on U.S. Forces in Iraq A sniper kills an American soldier and several explosions rock Baghdad as U.S. forces in Iraq continue to face attacks despite a week-long military campaign to quell the violence. The U.S. civil administration says it will create a new criminal court to try those accused of inciting violence against U.S. and British military forces. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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U.S. Soldier Dies as Iraq Attacks Continue

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U.S. Soldier Dies as Iraq Attacks Continue

U.S. Soldier Dies as Iraq Attacks Continue

U.S. Soldier Dies as Iraq Attacks Continue

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A sniper kills an American soldier and several explosions rock Baghdad as U.S. forces in Iraq continue to face attacks despite a week-long military campaign to quell the violence. The U.S. civil administration says it will create a new criminal court to try those accused of inciting violence against U.S. and British military forces. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.

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