Letters: Iraqi Burials, Wok Spirit and the 'Foil'

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Melissa Block and Robert Siegel read from listeners' emails from the past week. They comment on a story out of Iraq about a Muslim man who buries the unclaimed dead, Melissa Block's quest for the elusive Wok Hay, and the reporter in the White House pressroom affectionately referred to as the Goyal Foil.

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