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Iraqis Seek Independent Media Outlets

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After years of experiencing TV and radio programming focused solely on Saddam Hussein's propaganda, Iraqis now enjoy new press freedom. But some Iraqis say the new media outlets, many of which are funded by the United States, are just mouthpieces for the U.S. administration. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels.

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