Attacks Threaten Security in Iraq

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Suicide bombers have killed at least 40 Iraqis at police stations and other symbolic locations. Iraqi officials working closely with occupation forces have been assassinated. President Bush says the attacks reflect the success of America-- efforts to bring peace and order. How can American forces restore the confidence of relief agencies, investors and the Iraqis themselves? We talk with reporters in Baghdad and two experts on defense and national security.
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