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RTR23P08
January 21, 2009
Concrete poles are seen in the water source of the new water treatment plant in Baghdad's Sadr City January...
Baghdad, Iraq
Concrete poles are seen in water source of new water treatment plant in Baghdad's Sadr City
Concrete poles are seen in the water source of the new water treatment plant in Baghdad's Sadr City January 21, 2009. U.S. and Iraqi officials opened a water treatment plant in Sadr City slum on Wednesday three and a half years after they began it, a sign that the area is finally quiet enough for long promised construction work. The $65 million plant provides water for 200,000 people--just a tenth of the population of the vast slum on Baghdad's eastern outskirts where the need is most desperate for repairs to infrastructure wrecked by decades of war and sanctions. REUTERS/Erik de Castro (IRAQ)
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