A U.S. general said Thursday guerrillas had been “brought to their knees” and were only a sporadic threat in Iraq, as a surge of violence by insurgents in the volatile Sunni triangle region around Baghdad killed nine people. Two American soldiers were among those killed in three separate attacks, the most deadly of which was an ambush on a bus carrying Iraqi women home from work at a military base west of the capital. Four women were killed and six hurt in the bus attack Wednesday in Falluja, a hotbed of resistance 30 miles west of Baghdad. On Thursday, two policeman and a civilian were killed in an attack on an Iraqi police post near the town. Full Story
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