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October 26, 2009
Deadly bombings trigger Iraq security concerns

Michael O’Hanlon, director of research and senior fellow at Brookings Institution, discusses whether the lives of average Iraqis have improved over the years. He examines the state of security and other aspects of Iraqi life as the U.S. prepares to cut its military presence by more than half next year.

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Six years after the U.S. led invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.Many Iraqis still lack access to basic health care,sanitation and clean water.The humanitartian situation in Iraq is among the must critical in the world.William Brown from Chicago Illinois USA.

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