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Baghdad Residents See Major Fuel Shortage
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Baghdad Residents See Major Fuel Shortage

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Baghdad Residents See Major Fuel Shortage

Baghdad Residents See Major Fuel Shortage
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Residents of Baghdad experience the most severe gasoline shortage since the American occupation began. Residents are waiting for days in lines that sometimes stretch to 1,000 cars. The Iraqi government has no clear explanation, but the shortage is affecting nearly everyone in the city. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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