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America's Biggest Enemy Growing in Strength in Iraq

Al Qaeda's taking over Fallujah as security has collapsed in Iraq with no U.S. forces present.
01/07/2014

Transcript for America's Biggest Enemy Growing in Strength in Iraq

And next, big news, tonight, from overseas. There is a worrying, new sign that al qaeda is on the march in two countries cracked by war. One of them iraq, where so many brave american troops fought to... See More
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