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Violence dips as Baghdad crackdown begins

Government forces fanned out across Baghdad on Wednesday, setting up checkpoints, frisking motorists and causing huge traffic jams on the first day of the largest security operation in Iraq’s capital since Saddam Hussein’s ouster three years ago. President Bush, back in Washington after a surprise visit to Iraq, said the crackdown offered the promise of reducing the violence that has plagued the capital. Full Story

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