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U.S. Troops Arrest Suspected Iraqi Guerrillas in Raid

U.S. troops hunting Iraqi guerrillas raided houses in Saddam Hussein’s hometown Saturday, arresting four men including two who officers said were former members of the fugitive dictator’s security force. Backed by Abrams tanks and Bradley fighting vehicles, the soldiers burst into three homes in Tikrit, 110 miles north of Baghdad. They battered down the doors of two of the houses but met no resistance from those inside. Troops seized AK-47 rifles and ammunition, a range-finder and flare pistols, along with uniforms and electrical wiring, which the soldiers said might be used in bomb making. Full Story

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