How things in Iraq have changed

April 12th, 2004 – 8:08 pm
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An excellent summary of the current situation in Iraq, from the weblog of freelance journalist Kevin Sites:

A year ago today joyful Iraqis swarmed to Central Baghdad’s Ferdous Square to help U.S. Marines topple the giant bronze statue of Saddam Hussein–the symbolic end of his 35 year stranglehold on the country.

But this week those smiles are a distant memory as the U.S. led coalition now faces the potential nightmare it had only imagined for post war Iraq–a simmering war on two fronts.

[via Boing Boing]

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