FALLUJA, Iraq - Rescuers dug the bodies of six members of one family -- a
couple and their four children -- out of the rubble of an Iraqi house
bombed by U.S. warplanes on Wednesday, witnesses said.
The house was destroyed during air strikes on the insurgent-held town of
Falluja, 50 km (32 miles) west of Baghdad.
A Reuters cameraman filmed the dead bodies being removed from the rubble of
U.S. forces say their strikes are carefully targeted against fighters loyal
to Jordanian militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a self-declared ally of al
Qaeda who the U.S. says is hiding in the town.
But Falluja residents say they know nothing about Zarqawi -- some even
doubt his existence -- and that the air raids regularly kill civilians and