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Iraq Journal: Democracy Now’s Exclusive Reports From Baghdad with Jeremy Scahill and Jacquie Soohen

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Today we begin our new exclusive series Iraq Journal featuring Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill in Baghdad.

With Washington on the verge of seeking to destroy an already devastated country, a group of independent journalists and activists — spearheaded by Voices in the Wilderness and the Iraq Peace Team — are breaking ranks with the war chorus. Coordinated by independent journalist Jeremy Scahill on the ground in Baghdad, Iraq Journal provides a forum for the distribution of independent information and views from Iraq.

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  • Jeremy Scahill, Democracy Now! correspondent.

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