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FALLUJA, IRAQ: Armed tribesmen man a checkpoint close to a highway in eastern Falluja.  The tribesmen are trying to prevent the Iraqi army from entering the city.  Falluja is largely controlled by Sunni tribes after they uprised against the Shiite-led government ten days ago for being treated as a second-class citizens.  Photo captured by a CNN Freelancer on January 9.
FALLUJA, IRAQ: Armed tribesmen man a checkpoint close to a highway in eastern Falluja.  The tribesmen are trying to prevent the Iraqi army from entering the city.  Falluja is largely controlled by Sunni tribes after they uprised against the Shiite-led government ten days ago for being treated as a second-class citizens.  Photo captured by a CNN Freelancer on January 9.

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