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Video Shows Explosives after Fall of Baghdad
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Video Shows Explosives after Fall of Baghdad

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Video Shows Explosives after Fall of Baghdad

Video Shows Explosives after Fall of Baghdad
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A video shot by a Minneapolis television crew shows U.S. soldiers examining explosives at an Iraqi weapons facility where nearly 400 tons of explosives disappeared. The timing of looting at the facility has become a central issue in the final week of the presidential election. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Eric Westervelt.

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