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Iraqis try to cope with instability
A special report looks into one Baghdad family's journey navigating uncertainties besides a daily maze of traffic jams.
Last Modified: 01 Jul 2011 08:37

Life for many Iraqis today involves navigating a daily maze of traffic jams caused by checkpoints, petrol queues and concrete barriers.

In Al Jazeera's special on Iraq, Rawya Rageh reports from Baghdad on the uncertainties that face families living in the war-torn country.

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