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An Exclusive Look at a U.S. Bombing in Iraq That Killed Three Family Members in Iraq: Journalist Julia Guest Discusses the Tragedy She Came Across While Reporting in Iraq

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A month ago a U.S. bomb landed on an Iraqi farmhouse. Three Iraqi civilians were killed. They were all members of the same family. The story received no attention in the international press but independent journalist Julia Guest came across the scene a day after the attack and files this report.

  • Julia Guest, independent reporter who recently returned to Britain from Iraq.

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