Troops Going House to House in Fallujah Jackie Spinner of The Washington Post is embedded with the Army's First Infantry Division near Fallujah. Spinner says the U.S.-led troops are meeting heavy resistance, in the second day of their drive to take control of the city. Hear Spinner and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Troops Going House to House in Fallujah

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Troops Going House to House in Fallujah

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Troops Going House to House in Fallujah

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Jackie Spinner of The Washington Post is embedded with the Army's First Infantry Division near Fallujah. Spinner says the U.S.-led troops are meeting heavy resistance, in the second day of their drive to take control of the city. Hear Spinner and NPR's Renee Montagne.