The 10 Iraqi journalists who visited The Missourian the past week were an interesting, but a diverse, opinionated group. They didn’t agree with each other on many of the ongoing issues in that country.
They probably are the image of Iraq: Differing opinions on solutions to the problems in their country. They engaged in spirited conversations, in their own language, and the interpreters couldn’t keep up with their exchanges. Even though some of the exchanges became rather warm, they departed in a friendly manner with each other.
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