The four Iraqis you’re about to hear tell a story of a remembered landscape. It’s a story about how war blackened the city of Baghdad, split its neighborhoods along sectarian lines, and left its streets crammed with checkpoints and traffic. War News Radio’s Sabrina Singh and Amy DiPierro co-produced this piece on memories of the past and hopes for the future. Here’s Sabrina.
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Audio report by Sabrina Singh and Amy DiPierro. For the full show, go to www.warnewsradio.org.
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