Troops Prepare for Crackdown in Fallujah, Iraq NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep, reporting from Baghdad, about the latest developments in Iraq. American and Iraqi troops have surrounded Fallujah, a hotbed of anti-American sentiment, after violent clashes there and in other cities left several U.S. soldiers and more than 50 Iraqis dead.
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Troops Prepare for Crackdown in Fallujah, Iraq

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Troops Prepare for Crackdown in Fallujah, Iraq

Troops Prepare for Crackdown in Fallujah, Iraq

Troops Prepare for Crackdown in Fallujah, Iraq

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep, reporting from Baghdad, about the latest developments in Iraq. American and Iraqi troops have surrounded Fallujah, a hotbed of anti-American sentiment, after violent clashes there and in other cities left several U.S. soldiers and more than 50 Iraqis dead.

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