Iraqis voice hopes for the future

On the anniversary of the invasion we ask how do Iraqis feel about their future?



    It has been seven years since the United States and its allies invaded Iraq, unleashing a wave of violence that left almost 100,000 civilians dead.

    Now, the US military is on its way out, having already withdrawn from Iraq's major cities.

    So, on the anniversary of the invasion how do Iraqis now feel about their country's future?

    Anita McNaught reports from Baghdad.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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