Fighting Subsides in Fallujah Briefing reporters in Fallujah, Lt. Gen. John Sattler says fighting in the city has stopped, though many houses need to be cleared of booby traps. He denies there were heavy civilian casualties in the city and says so far there is no humanitarian crisis there. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.
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Fighting Subsides in Fallujah

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Fighting Subsides in Fallujah

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Briefing reporters in Fallujah, Lt. Gen. John Sattler says fighting in the city has stopped, though many houses need to be cleared of booby traps. He denies there were heavy civilian casualties in the city and says so far there is no humanitarian crisis there. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.