Iraqi Children Return to School

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Iraqi school children went back to class Wednesday. Some returned to schools renovated and re-equipped by the U.S. military and the occupation authority. But other schools have yet to be re-fitted, and many have not yet received promised new textbooks devoid of praise for Saddam Hussein. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.

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