Tentatively, Iraqis Reclaim Night for Fun For many long months, fear has kept the Iraqi people indoors at night. While there's still danger, they are slowly starting to venture out in the evenings. NPR's Philip Reeves reports on nightlife at a Baghdad amusement park.
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Tentatively, Iraqis Reclaim Night for Fun

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Tentatively, Iraqis Reclaim Night for Fun

Tentatively, Iraqis Reclaim Night for Fun

Tentatively, Iraqis Reclaim Night for Fun

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For many long months, fear has kept the Iraqi people indoors at night. While there's still danger, they are slowly starting to venture out in the evenings. NPR's Philip Reeves reports on nightlife at a Baghdad amusement park.