June 23, 2014

The Five Big Winners in Iraq

Jean Mackenzie, Global Post

The Associated Press

It’s not easy being Iraqi these days. Hundreds of thousands have been displaced by fighting, an extremist Islamist group is intent on establishing a brutal regime throughout the north, and the army seems reluctant to defend a government that has marginalized large swaths of the population.

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TAGGED: Iran, ISIS, Iraq

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