The streets of Ramadi are turning into the wild west of Iraq. Days of violence have left the city deserted. Now anti-government tribesmen patrol the city with little fear. On a day when at least 19 people are feared dead in bombings across Baghdad -- there's optimism from the government. Ali al-Musawi, an advisor to the Iraqi Prime Minister, says security forces are being boosted by pro-government tribesmen.
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