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Live Chat: NPR's Ivan Watson on Escaping a Car Bombing

Corey Flintoff hosts an online chat with reporter Ivan Watson to discuss the car bomb explosion that nearly took his life this weekend. Tuesday, December 2nd 10:00 a.m.

A bomb destroyed a vehicle used by NPR in Iraq this past Sunday. Foreign correspondent Ivan Watson and three members of NPR's staff narrowly escaped the blast. Watson answers your questions about the experience and daily life in Baghdad, where bombings like these are commonplace.

More information on the bombing is available at npr.org

The chat also takes place on npr.org

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