Canadian in Baghdad Reports on Daily Life

Aid worker in Iraq writes home about the local morgue, more electricity, and a fresh coat of paint.

Greg Rollins
Published: Wednesday, 11/09/2005 12:00 am EST

Whenever I return to the field, I walk around in a fog for the first several days as I try to figure out what exactly is going on. Sometimes new images or information come at me in a fast rush. Other times they build slowly like a headache. People at home often ask me what changes I see. The following examples are some of the changes brought to my attention since I returned.

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