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Improvements coming slowly to Fallujah

Clean water should flow to 80 percent of Fallujah’s homes this fall, and by summer’s end a planned wireless network will provide phone service and Internet access to thousands, a technological leap unimaginable just months ago. But mounds of rubble litter the city, electricity is available only four hours a day, and an estimated 50,000 people out of a population of about 300,000 still have not returned 18 months after Fallujah was destroyed in an American assault to wrest control from insurgents. Full Story

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