Living without the Basics: Life in Iraq
Life for most residents of Baghdad has been particularly hard since the end of the war. Much of the city's electricity grid is down, there is virtually no telephone service, and nearly 60 percent of the population is out of work. In the second part of our series on coping with the aftermath of war, NPR's Guy Raz spends a day with the al-Saffar family.
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