Blast Shatters U.N. Headquarters in Baghdad

An explosion rocks the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, taking out a 50-square-foot section of the building. Military officials suggest a car bomb was the cause of the blast. Witnesses say a dozens of people were wounded. Hear NPR's Ivan Watson.

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