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Iraq Journal: Democracy Now! Correspondent Jeremy Scahill Talks with British Mp George Galloway On the Streets of Baghdad

October 14, 2002
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In this Democracy Now! exclusive report from Baghdad, our correspondents Jeremy Scahill and filmmaker Jacquie Soohen spend a day talking with George Galloway. The British MP is one of the leading international politicians who has traveled to Iraq in recent weeks.

Galloway met last week with Iraqi officials who told him that Iraqi forces were preparing for a possible US ground invasion. In this segment Jeremy talks with British MP George Galloway as they walk through the streets of Baghdad.

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  • Jeremy Scahill, Democracy Now! correspondent in Baghdad.

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