Will the Exiles Return to Iraq?

Slate  |  March 05, 2010  |  Sunday's election is a test of the permanence of the division between Iraq's Sunnis and Shiites.
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Summer in Baghdad, and the Living Is Uneasy

npr.org  |  August 10, 2009  |  Over the past few days, a string of suicide car bombs and rigged explosions seems designed to open Iraq's Sunni-Shiite divide again. Iraq's sectarian war has largely ended, but it is not forgotten. Sunnis whisper their concerns about safety, especially when the majority of the recent attacks have been against Shiite civilians. "Maybe there will be revenge against us," one old friend says in a lowered voice.
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Iraqi Refugees Still Too Scared to Return Home

The Huffington Post  |  December 04, 2008  |  U.S. military officials and the Iraqi government claim the country is becoming a less dangerous place. For most Iraqi refugees, the upbeat assessments don't count for much. The judgment that matters is reports from the ground, families that say it's still not safe to return.
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“Iraq Is Not a Suitable Place to Live as a Human”

Slate  |  March 27, 2008  |  Why more than 1 million Iraqi exiles remain in Syria.
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