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June 16, 2007

Earlier this week, a reporter was escorted down an Iraqi street during the morning call to prayer. There was a marketplace to the right, nondescript buildings down the road and a few pedestrians milling about. Then a helicopter flew overhead, accompanied by the bone-rattling sound of gunfire. The ground shook as a parked car suddenly exploded, apparently blown up by an insurgent’s improvised explosive device. Sniper fire popped from the rooftops. Dazed civilians wandered into the reporter’s path—though it was unclear whether they were friendlies, or insurgents in disguise poised for an ambush.

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