- Making News: One Year after the Fall of Baghdad
US Marines have suspended their siege of Fallujah long enough to allow women and children to leave the city. Young men are required to stay. Adnan Pachachi, a pro-American member of the Interim Governing Council had called the siege -mass punishment.- The Washington Post's Anthony Shadid, who has just won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the Iraq war and its aftermath, joins us from Baghdad.
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