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U.S. raids in Iraq target Shiite cells

U.S. and Iraqi troops raided Baghdad’s Sadr City slum on Sunday, targeting Shiite insurgent cells there for a second day, while British forces in the south killed three Shiite militants in overnight fighting, officials said. Meanwhile, a U.S. general said the military rescued 41 Iraqis held in an al-Qaida prison northeast of Baghdad. Muqtada al-Sadr, the anti-American cleric who emerged from months in hiding last week, met Sunday in Najaf with leaders of his movement to discuss Iraq’s security and political situation, said Salah al-Obeidi, a senior aide to al-Sadr. Full Story

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