Taking Care of the Dead in Iraq

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Black banners hung in particular squares around the city — essentially death advertisements — announce deaths in Baghdad. Lourdes Garcia-Navarro follows one death announced on a banner to find out how the business of taking care of the dead has changed since the war began.



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