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Violence Surges in Iraqi Cities Following Fallujah Invasion

In the wake of a U.S.-led invasion of Fallujah, other cities see a major upsurge in fighting elsewhere in Iraq. Insurgents seized control of major parts of the northern city of Mosul, prompting an influx of U.S. troops to restore order. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.

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