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Crammed lessons

At a primary school in Baghdad, Iraq, students crowd four to a desk and share books. With the start of classes last week, public schools began charging annual fees of $1 to $12.50.

Iraq remains under a UN trade embargo for its refusal to cooperate with weapons inspectors.

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