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Today on Your Call: What has been the human cost of the invasion of Iraq?
On today’s Your Call, we’ll mark the 10-year anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq with a panel of Iraqi activists, artists and journalists. How are Iraqis looking back 10 years after the invasion and occupation of their country? What is life like in Iraq today? What’s the status of rebuilding efforts? Millions of Iraqis were forced to flee their country. What questions do you have for Iraqis? It’s your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Farah Muhsin, assistant representative with the Iraqi Student Project, a grass-roots effort to help war-displaced Iraqi students
Oday Rasheed, Iraqi film director and writer
Zainab Saleh, post-doc fellow, visiting assistant professor in anthropology at Haverford College
Sahar Issa, McClatchy's Baghdad Bureau Correspondent
Inquirer Opinion: An Iraqi film hero in America
The Guardian: Baghdad, Iraq: 10 years after Saddam
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