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Chaos in Baghdad Eases as Local Policing Begins

After days of looting and lawlessness in Baghdad, disorder in the Iraqi capital slowly subsides. Iraqi policemen volunteer to participate in joint patrols with U.S. soldiers. And buses and taxis return to the streets, though most stores remain closed. Hear NPR's Jackie Northam.

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