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Breaking news: Multilateral attacks against US forces in Iraq, 11 GIs killed, 40 wounded

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    Frontlines The newspaper of the left http://www.sf-frontlines.com Breaking News: Perception of victory in Fallujah, anger over
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      Frontlines

      The newspaper of the left

      http://www.sf-frontlines.com

       

      Breaking News:

       

      Perception of victory in Fallujah, anger over torture of prisoners prompts renewed attacks against US forces: 11 US soldiers killed, 40 wounded

       

      * US forces attacked in five cities

      * Jubilant armed demonstrations in Fallujah

      * New revelations exposes the role of the CIA and other intelligence services in torture of prisoners

       

      By Frontlines, AlJazeera, other agencies

       

      Baghdad, Iraq -- The general perception in Baghdad's slums, the streets of Najaf, in Kirkurk and Mosul, Basra and of course in Fallujah, is that "Americans lost, the people won" and, more dangerously for the occupation forces "this defeat of the US Marines, combined with the hatred inspired by the photographs of dozens of tortured Iraqi prisoners, may very well be the turning point for a potential humiliating defeat of the US government in Iraq" -- said an Iraqi professor at the University of Baghdad.

       

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      Other articles:

       

      · Tehran Times: U.S. War Crimes; Torture of Iraqi Prisoners Exposed ( May 01, 2004)

      · US forces step back from Fallujah, former Saddam's General now "in charge" of the city (Apr 30, 2004)

      · US forces kill civilians fleeing Fallujah's combat zone (Apr 29, 2004)

      · Baghdad: US convoy attacked by resistance, 8 US soldiers killed, 4 wounded ( Apr 29, 2004)

       

      Read our online daily edition at: http://www.sf-frontlines.com

       

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