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The Tricky Business of Rebuilding Iraq

Feb 13, 2018 | 18:40 GMT
Children who lived in Mosul play at their temporary home in a camp for people displaced from the war-scarred city.

Displaced Iraqi children fly kites, made from plastic bags, at the Hamam al-Alil camp for internally displaced people south of Mosul.

(KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images)

Years of conflict, corruption and neglect have left major portions of Iraq's infrastructure in tatters. Now, with a semblance of stability returning to parts of the country, an international scramble is on to help Iraq rebuild, one railroad, highway and oil refinery at a time. To this end, representatives from...

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