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Iraq Journal: Democracy Now’s Jeremy Scahill Talks with Iraq’s Most Famous Artist, Mohammed Ghani, in Baghdad

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For the past month Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill and filmmaker Jacque Soohen have been producing exclusive audio and video reports for Democracy Now! as part of their Iraq Journal series.

On today’s Iraq Journal, Scahill talks with Iraqi’s most famous artist, Mohammed Ghani, in Baghdad.

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