No scenes of panic in Baghdad


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  • Sunday, 06 Apr 2003

BAGHDAD: The streets were fairly quiet following power and water cuts in Baghdad on Thursday night. 

There were, however, tanks on the streets and lots of army personnel on Friday. Many shops were closed but it was business as usual for vendors in Al Rasheed Street. 

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