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Shows featuring Reporting From Iraq. Jacquie Soohen And Shane Bauer

  • US-Backed Iraqi Security Gains Forged on Mass Deaths and Heightened Sectarian Divide Troopweb
    After campaigning on increasing security, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s allies appear to have won a large victory in Iraqi provincial elections. The US military strategy of allying with some Sunni militias has been widely touted as one reason for improved security in certain parts of Iraq. But at what cost? We get a report from Jacquie Soohen of Big Noise Films and Shane Bauer of...
    February 09, 2009 | Story