Gina Chon

Baghdad Correspondent, Wall Street Journal

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Baghdad correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

Gina Chon on KCRW

Yesterday's two simultaneous suicide bombings hit Baghdad ever worse that first thought with the death toll now at 155 and 500 wounded. Casualties included numbers of children.

Tensions Run High after Deadly Day in Baghdad

Yesterday's two simultaneous suicide bombings hit Baghdad ever worse that first thought with the death toll now at 155 and 500 wounded. Casualties included numbers of children.

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