Dana Graber

Displaced Persons Monitoring Officer for the International Organization for Migration

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Internal Displaced Persons Monitoring and Reintegration Officer for the International Organization for Migration

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Baghdad today experienced what may be the largest mass kidnapping since the US invasion as 150 people were abducted from four floors of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific…

More Kidnappings, Iraqis Leave the Country in Large Numbers

Baghdad today experienced what may be the largest mass kidnapping since the US invasion as 150 people were abducted from four floors of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific…

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