Iraq: Fallujah 'deadliest violence in years'
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki has urged residents of the embattled city of Fallujah to force out insurgents linked to al-Qaeda who have taken control there.
Mr Maliki said if the people expelled what he called terrorists, they would be spared military action.
Iraqi forces are preparing to recapture the city, which has been out of government control for days.
Mike Wooldridge reports.
06 Jan 2014
- From the section Middle East