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Policing Fallujah

The U.S. military showcases Fallujah as a model city where security and civil affairs efforts are finally paying off. But peace in the city -- located in the "Sunni Triangle" and the scence of some of the fiercest fighting of the Iraq war in 2004 -- remains fragile.

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In Fallujah, Peace Through Brute Strength
Article | FALLUJAH, Iraq -- The city's police chief, Col. Faisal Ismail al-Zobaie, a husky man with a leathered face and a firm voice that resonates with authority, ordered an aide to shut his office door. He turned to his computer. Across the screen flashed a video, purportedly made by the Sunni insurgent...

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