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American Troops Seek Ex-Saddam Deputy

U.S. forces attacked dozens of suspected guerrilla hideouts in Saddam Hussein’s hometown, killing six alleged insurgents as they pressed their search Monday for a former Saddam deputy believed to be orchestrating attacks on Americans. Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt said the U.S.-led coalition was intensifying its search for Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, No. 6 on the most-wanted list of 55 Iraqis and former vice chairman of Saddam’s Revolutionary Command Council. “We are getting intelligence now that he is directly involved in the killing of coalition soldiers,” Kimmitt said. Full Story

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