Armed militiamen in the Iraqi city of Karbala have surrendered to coalition forces a week after clashes between rival Shia Muslim groups in the city. About 20 fighters thought to be followers of radical anti-American cleric Moqtada al-Sadr had sought shelter in a mosque after the fighting. They emerged at dawn and were arrested by Polish coalition troops. Attacks on coalition troops continued on Tuesday with reports that two US soldiers were wounded near Falluja. Full Story
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