Fallujah Assault in Third Day U.S.-led forces say they control 70 percent of Fallujah, on the third day of an offensive to rid the Iraqi city of insurgents. Marines believe insurgents will regroup after the fighting, but they hope the city will no longer provide them an absolute safe haven. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.
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U.S. Forces Move Through Fallujah

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U.S. Forces Move Through Fallujah

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U.S. Forces Move Through Fallujah

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U.S.-led forces say they control 70 percent of Fallujah, on the third day of an offensive to rid the Iraqi city of insurgents. Marines believe insurgents will regroup after the fighting, but they hope the city will no longer provide them an absolute safe haven. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.

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