Life in Baghdad's Slums: Fighting to Survive in Sadr City

Iraq's poorest people live on trash heaps, sleep amongst the rats and drink polluted water. In the country with the world's third largest oil reserves, a million people live in misery, despite the fact that the US has spent $53 billion on the country's reconstruction efforts. Full Story »

Posted by Sirajul Islam
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Subjects: World, U.S.
Topics: Iraq, War in Iraq
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Posted by: Posted by Sirajul Islam - Sep 1, 2010 - 11:07 PM PDT
Reviewed by: Joey Baker (review)
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Edited by: Joey Baker - Sep 2, 2010 - 8:04 AM PDT

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by Joey Baker - Sep. 2, 2010

Anecdotally true, this article lacks much in the way of context. There is plenty of information about how things got so bad for the Sadrists, but little information about how to fix the problem.

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