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Al Fallūjah is a city in Iraq.

Population: 190,159

Latitude: 33° 20' 56.87" N
Longitude: 43° 47' 9.56" E

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  • Second Battle of Fallujah

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  • Fallujah

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    The First Battle of Fallujah, also known as Operation Vigilant Resolve, was an operation to root out extremist elements of Fallujah and an act of retaliation to, as well as an attempt to apprehend the perpetrators of, the killing of four U.S.

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    Lake Habbaniyah (Arabic: بحيرة الحبانيةBuhayrat al-Habbaniyah) is a shallow natural lake in al-Anbar, Iraq, west of Baghdad. It has a surface area 140 km². Traditionally the lake has been used to hold flood water from the River Euphrates, and in 1…

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