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Iraq U.N. Blast Seen as 'Inside Job'
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Iraq U.N. Blast Seen as 'Inside Job'

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Investigators suspect this week's deadly bombing at the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad was facilitated by employees or guards tied to Saddam Hussein's security forces. The bomb exploded directly under U.N. Envoy Sergio Vieira de Mello's third-floor office during a meeting of key officials. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and NPR's Anne Garrels.

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