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U.S. Forces Brace For Violence in Iraq Post-Execution

The Pentagon said Friday that U.S. forces in Iraq are ready for any escalation of violence associated with the execution of former President Saddam Hussein. U.S. forces will take into account “social dimensions that could potentially lead to an increase in violence, which certainly would include carrying out the sentence of Saddam Hussein,” Whitman said. Closer to home, Americans were warned to be vigilant about the possibility of a terror attack. But an advisory that the FBI and the Homeland Security Department sent to local law enforcement agencies and intelligence community figures on Friday was routine and did not cite a specific threat. Full Story

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