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· September, 2007

Stories about Iraq from September, 2007

Escaping Iraq

Iraqi blogger Riverbend writes a very touching post about escaping Iraq and its war to Syria. “My aunt and uncle watched us sorrowfully. There’s no other word to describe it....

Landing at the Iraqi Blogodrome

It has been a while since I last wrote my roundup but today I will only write about three blogs. There is so much to report and, yet, at the...

Iraq: Not so Depressing Blog

Iraqi blogger Layla Anwar did not take criticism lightly from an American reader that her blog, which deals with the war on Iraq, was “depressing” and “distressing.”

Iraq: The Heartbreak Continues

Iraqi blogger Sunshine continues to blog about heartbreak, shootings, car bombings, kidnappings and people being killed around her, in an Iraq torn by war.

ThinkProgress blog banned from the U.S. military network in Baghdad

The liberal ThinkProgress blog has been banned from the U.S. military network in Baghdad. “The ban began sometime shortly after Aug. 22, when Ret. Maj. Gen. John Batiste was our...

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