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Guerrillas, U.S. Play Cat and Mouse in Iraq

Guerrillas targeted by one of the fiercest U.S. bombardments of Baghdad since the fall of Saddam Hussein are defiant men in track suits who patiently hide in garbage before firing rocket-propelled grenades at patrols. Iraqis who have watched the insurgents operate said they would just keep playing a cat and mouse game with American forces even after feeling the heat of Operation Iron Grip. Dozens of explosions and heavy machinegun fire echoed across the capital overnight as aircraft buzzed overhead. One hour of aircraft and artillery fire blasted craters into an abandoned lot once home to Saddam’s anti-aircraft guns. Full Story

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