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A year in Iraq

One city a symbol of progress, problems

By Thanassis Cambanis
Globe Staff / March 19, 2004

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NASIRIYAH, Iraq -- Hussein Kasim, 22, sparkles with pride as he recalls that day almost a year ago when he fired his machine gun at advancing US troops in an ambush by hundreds of Fedayeen fighters that killed 15 Americans as they rolled into town. (Full Article: 2144 Words)

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