The three years since the invasion of Iraq have brought fundamental changes to the country and its people. This week on War News Radio, to mark the third anniversary of the Iraq war, we talk with some Iraqis who tell us just how different their lives are today.
Then, we take a look at how the U.S. framing of the war has changed over time and if past wars tell a similar tale.
We also learn about the struggles victims of domestic violence and sexual assault face in Iraq from an Iraqi organization working to protect the country’s women.
And, an Arab philosopher gives us his take on the Iraq war and how it parallels one fought years ago in his native Lebanon.
Finally, we hear from a American soldier wounded in the war as he reflects on his time in Iraq and his return home.
These stories, plus the week’s news, from War News Radio.
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