U.S. Accused of Fallujah Abuse Scattered clashes are reported in the region around Fallujah, though a cease-fire declared over the weekend is largely holding. Iraqi officials report 600 civilians have died in Fallujah since U.S. Marines launched an offensive there last Monday. Those fleeing the city accuse U.S. forces of firing randomly, causing numerous civilian casualties. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.
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Iraqis Fleeing Fallujah Question U.S. Tactics

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Iraqis Fleeing Fallujah Question U.S. Tactics

Iraqis Fleeing Fallujah Question U.S. Tactics

Iraqis Fleeing Fallujah Question U.S. Tactics

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Scattered clashes are reported in the region around Fallujah, though a cease-fire declared over the weekend is largely holding. Iraqi officials report 600 civilians have died in Fallujah since U.S. Marines launched an offensive there last Monday. Those fleeing the city accuse U.S. forces of firing randomly, causing numerous civilian casualties. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.

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