U.N. Struggles with Humanitarian Efforts in Iraq
One month after a bombing that killed 21 people at the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad, the organization has sharply reduced its humanitarian efforts in Iraq. U.N. officials say they are struggling to deliver food, water and medical services with a much thinner staff. Hear U.N. Undersecretary for Humanitarian Affairs Jan Egeland.
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