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‘I've seen death in this city, but nothing as sad as this’: how a ferry disaster exposed the corruption devastating Iraq

‘I've seen death in this city, but nothing as sad as this’: how a ferry disaster exposed the corruption devastating Iraq

Update: 2019-12-202
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As protests against a rotten system continue, the families of 128 drowned civilians await justice. By Ghaith Abdul-Ahad. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
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‘I've seen death in this city, but nothing as sad as this’: how a ferry disaster exposed the corruption devastating Iraq

‘I've seen death in this city, but nothing as sad as this’: how a ferry disaster exposed the corruption devastating Iraq

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