Anna Badkhen talks to a soldier about life in Baghdad, and loss.
The relatives of Iraqis killed in sectarian violence want vengeance in the tribal way.
An Iraqi wife searches for her husband, who was detained by U.S. troops last year.
Foreign correspondent Anna Badkhen writes from Iraq for The Muckraker.
Anna Badkhen has covered wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Israel and the Palestinian territories, Chechnya and Kashmir. She recently returned to Iraq—her 10th trip since 2003—and wrote a series of journals for The Muckraker. During her month in Baghdad, Badkhen met the wives of detained Iraqis, followed soldiers out on home searches, and witnessed the
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A nonprofit organization with ties to Sen. Hillary Clinton is under fire for running apparently illegal "robocalls" in advance of next week's Democratic primary in North Carolina. The group promotes voting by single women, but its recent calls contained misleading information that may discourage voting in the African-American community, a bastion of support for Sen.