Iraqi Refugees On PBS « The Washington Independent
It is a "refugee crisis without refugee camps," which makes it largely invisible to the outside world. The individual stories are heart-wrenching.
"They blew up my house and I ran away," says one man who served as a translator for the U.S. Army.
Some women and girls turn to prostitution for survival, turning tricks for militia fighters on leave from Baghdad. Only one in five children from refugee families is in school, Brown reports.
Worth taking some time out from the Olympics.