Recovered Iraqi Funds Earmarked for Rebuilding

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In Baghdad, U.S. forces recover about $1 billion, believed to be the money Saddam Hussein's youngest son took from the Central Bank in March. U.S. officials say they'll use the recovered money to rebuild the country and help the Iraqi people. Hear David Aufhauser, general counsel of the U.S. Department of Treasury.



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