Abdul Razzaq Al-Saiedi

Iraqi journalist

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Iraqi who helped cover the war for the New York Times before becoming a 2008 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University

Abdul Razzaq Al-Saiedi on KCRW

The Iraq War: What Has It Cost? What Are the Lessons?

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