Neighborhood Watches in Baghdad Part of Increased Security

Martha Raddatz at the market where Iraqi men purchase uniforms to join neighborhood watches as ISIS militants advance in the north.
1:03 | 06/17/14

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One of the most noticeable differences I seen in this trip to Baghdad in the time I was here in January is the number of checkpoints they are everywhere they're popping up everywhere their Iraqi. Government troops looking out for. Militants coming into the city but they're also just local neighborhood watches. Their Shiite militias people's. Finding uniforms we know where they get those uniforms to. We -- -- marketplace. All kinds of Iraqi men lined up. Going through body armor to helmets to any kind of uniform. It's pretty amazing for me to -- because I could look at some of those uniforms and I can tell. When they were warned by American troops in Iraq because they had different sorts of -- -- they were buying all of those -- I looked at one point. They were made in the USA of course it's a lot of things changed here. A lot of different people wearing uniforms I'm Martha Raddatz Baghdad.

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