U.S. Troops Lower Profile in Fallujah
U.S. troops reduce their presence in Fallujah, a restive Iraqi town west of Baghdad. The action comes after Fallujah police warn that the U.S. presence at their station is putting local officers at risk. U.S. troops have come under repeated attack in Fallujah, considered a stronghold of Saddam Hussein loyalists. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.
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