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06/14/2014 03:12 pm ET | Updated Jun 14, 2014

Iraq Rebels Stall North of Baghdad As Residents Brace For A Siege

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A rebel juggernaut that captured Iraq’s second-largest city and raced nearly 200 miles south in three days, raising fears of the imminent assault on Baghdad, stalled for a second day on Saturday about 60 miles north of the capital, leaving residents bracing for a siege that so far has not happened.

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