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High-Profile Addresses

From: War News Radio
Length: 07:47

From "The Invisible Threat" (7/9/10): War News Radio reports on Iraqis living near prominent public figures.

Default-piece-image-2 Iraqis often move to more secure areas to escape the threat of sectarian violence, and these areas are often home to some high-ranking government officials. In the United State to live near anyone with the slightest degree of celebrity, even a congressman, is glamorous but inconsequential. In Iraq, a high-profile neighbor can have a significant impact on your daily life. This piece was featured in "The Invisible Threat" on July 9, 2010.

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Iraqis often move to more secure areas to escape the threat of sectarian violence, and these areas are often home to some high-ranking government officials. In the United State to live near anyone with the slightest degree of celebrity, even a congressman, is glamorous but inconsequential. In Iraq, a high-profile neighbor can have a significant impact on your daily life. This piece was featured in "The Invisible Threat" on July 9, 2010.

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Swarthmore College

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