Six Years In

A bomb hits the information ministry in Baghdad at the start of the US invasion in March 2003. Photo courtesy of the Associated Press.

This week on War News Radio, we pause to hear reflections from Iraqi civilians about what the war has meant to them since its start six years ago. Listen now.

Next, we hear about the frustrations of a US soldier in Iraq during first days of the war. Madeleine Abromowitz reports.

Finally, we hear from two Baghdad residents who explain how the war has shaped their country. Emily Hager and Hansi Lo Wang report.

These stories, plus the week’s news, this week from War News Radio.

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