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Mike Pompeo calls for unity during Middle East Tour

Mike Pompeo calls for unity during Middle East TourRate this post Mike Pompeo calls for unity during Middle East Tour Mike Pompeo calls for unity during Middle East TourStarting his tour with a call for Unity to a secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, is in Kuwait to support the nation’s efforts to resolve the gulf […]

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Flavours of Iraq, Episode 20: Epilogue

Flavours of Iraq, Episode 20: EpilogueRate this post Flavours of Iraq, Episode 20: Epilogue Is the American Army left Iraq has suffered more militias in the Islamic State group, have killed thousands and thousands more have been forced to leave their homes. My family are still there often because they didn’t have the option to […]

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Flavours of Iraq, Episode 12: War in the subway

Flavours of Iraq, Episode 12: War in the subwayRate this post Flavours of Iraq, Episode 12: War in the subway My fellow citizens at this, our American and Coalition forces, are in the early stages of military operations, to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave Danger. I’Ll, never […]

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Flavours of Iraq, episode 14: The sounds of Baghdad

Flavours of Iraq, episode 14: The sounds of BaghdadRate this post Flavours of Iraq, episode 14: The sounds of Baghdad One evening in 2004, at my aunt’s home in Baghdad, insurgents took control of her street ahead of an attack, their target, the neighborhood’s main checkpoint, held by Rocky police. The attack lasted 15 minutes […]

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Flavours of Iraq, Episode 15: It’s over, Iraq

Flavours of Iraq, Episode 15: It’s over, IraqRate this post Flavours of Iraq, Episode 15: It’s over, Iraq In 2005, my father came to see me in Bagdad. It was his first time back since the fall of Saddam Hussein. He wanted to see what had become of his country. One morning he went off […]

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Flavours of Iraq, Episode 17: Manhunt

Flavours of Iraq, Episode 17: ManhuntRate this post Flavours of Iraq, Episode 17: Manhunt In 2006, I’ve been living with my aunt for two years in the west of Baghdad, a hotbed for the Insurgency. For me, it was, above all my aunts, neighborhood one night, our neighbor was targeted by an American Brigade. The […]

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