Bagdad 10th

Robert Siegel speaks with Nomi Morris, Middle East correspondent for Knight Ridder Newspapers. She's in Baghdad and says the breakdown of sanctions against Iraq have eased the human suffering in the country and led to signs that business is returning. The United States and Great Britian are increasingly isolated in their policy of continuing economic sanctions.



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