One Baghdad Family's Decision: Stay or Go?

As the war threat deepens, members of one Iraqi family — memories of the 1991 bombing of Baghdad still fresh in their minds — debate whether to flee the city. They live close to a military base, and fear errant U.S. missiles. NPR's Anne Garrels reports.

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