Lost Nation

Appleby, Kevin J.
June 2008
America;6/9/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 19, p11
The article discusses the number of Iraqis that fled to other countries due to the violence of the war in Iraq. According to surveys, more than two million Iraqi refugees have fled to nearby countries mostly to Syria and Jordan, and while the 2.7 million noncombatants still within Iraq who have been driven from their homes. The author explained that most of the Iraqis have experienced direct persecution or threats to themselves or a close family member.


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