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Military in Iraq Is Warned of Attacks During Holidays

United States military officials warned Sunday that fresh intelligence indicated that Iraqi insurgents might be planning a new wave of violence timed to the Christmas holiday, in part to avenge the capture of Saddam Hussein. American intelligence has detected what one senior military officer here called “a growing chatter” from electronic intercepts about possible new attacks against American and allied Iraqi forces in the next several days, but officials said they had not yet learned about any specific plans from informants or from interrogations of guerrillas seized in recent raids. “There’s a great deal of concern about this, although we haven’t seen any movement of people or weapons yet,” the senior military officer said. Full Story

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