Iraq 10 years on: the humanitarian impact

BAGHDAD/DUBAI 23 April 2013 (IRIN) – Ten years after the toppling of Iraq’s former leader Saddam Hussein, human development statistics – flawed as they are – paint a complex portrait of a country that has seen improvement over the last decade, but is still largely struggling.

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