Iraq Lock Down

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Car bombings in Basra, attacks on contractors, the kidnapping of foreigners. Almost every day a new trouble spot emerges in Iraq. From Baghdad, to the Sunni Triangle to the south, a survey of the situation in Iraq, and what it means for the future.


Anne Garrels
*NPR correspondent

Dan Murphy
*Reporter with The Christian Science Monitor, working on a profile of Sadr

Bob Fiddes
*Country director for Relief International in Iraq, based in Ammarah

Maggy Zanger
*Country director, Iraq, Institute for War and Peace Reporting



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