Iraq is a country that needs a good health system, but the chaos that’s injured thousands of Iraqis has also hit the country’s hospitals and doctors. This week on War News Radio, we examine what some are calling a public health crisis in Iraq.
Also, we look at a program that’s trying to help Iraqi and American children understand each other by painting pictures.
Finally, a rare conversation with Yousif al-Khoei, the grandson of one of Iraq’s most important Ayatollahs. He discusses the past persecution of Iraq’s Shi’a population and who’s responsible for the current bloodshed, versus who’s getting blamed.
These stories, plus the week’s news, from War News Radio.
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