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U.S. troops hunt al-Qaida in raids in Iraq

U.S. troops conducted 39 raids late Thursday and early Friday based on information gleaned from searches in the hours after Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s death. Fearing that insurgents will seek revenge, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki imposed driving bans in Baghdad and in restive Diyala province, where the terrorist was killed. Terrorist leader al-Zarqawi was still alive and mumbling after U.S. airstrikes on his hideout and tried to get off a stretcher when he saw American troops nearby, a top military official said Friday. The al-Qaida leader could barely speak when Iraqi police arrived at the scene of Wednesday’s attack. Full Story

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