Doubts over the future of Iraq

Young Iraqi expresses pessimism about chances of getting a job and living a good life.

    At the end of August, the US withdrew its last combat brigade from Iraq and declared the start of a "new era".

    But many people in Iraq are concerned about what the future will bring.

    Mike Hanna revisits a boy Al Jazeera first met in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, three years ago, to ask about what his expectations are for the future.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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