New 'Saddam' Tape Surfaces U.S. forces in Iraq launch a new campaign against insurgent targets around Baghdad and in Saddam Hussein's home region north of the capital. The operation coincides with the release of a new audiotape, purported to be from Saddam, urging more attacks against U.S. and British troops and Iraqis who cooperate with them. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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'Saddam' Tape Urges Attacks Against U.S. Forces

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'Saddam' Tape Urges Attacks Against U.S. Forces

'Saddam' Tape Urges Attacks Against U.S. Forces

'Saddam' Tape Urges Attacks Against U.S. Forces

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U.S. forces in Iraq launch a new campaign against insurgent targets around Baghdad and in Saddam Hussein's home region north of the capital. The operation coincides with the release of a new audiotape, purported to be from Saddam, urging more attacks against U.S. and British troops and Iraqis who cooperate with them. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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