The kind CNN wouldn't broadcast.
Monday was the day Liath Aqar could again tie his shoes. Then he untied them just to do it again.
Seven Iraqi men are rediscovering the joy of tying their own shoes again -- something they haven't been able to do for nine years.
The men -- who are small-business owners -- had their right hands cut off during the Saddam Hussein regime as punishment for Iraq's collapsing economy.