Iraqi Budget Shows Large Surplus

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The U.S. government says that Iraq has tucked away billions of dollars in oil revenue since 2005. But the country's badly damaged infrastructure is still mostly propped up by U.S. funds. Madeleine Brand talks to James Glanz, the New York Times Baghdad bureau chief, about where the money's going and why some officials are crying foul.

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