Restless Baghdad Residents Seek Return to Work

The lack of electricity, running water and phone lines in Baghdad has brought work in the Iraqi capital to a grinding halt. With factories shut down and most stores closed, unemployed Iraqis worry about when they'll be able to return to work and receive regular salaries again. NPR's Scott Simon reports.

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