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Iraq Correspondent Pessimistic as Tour Ends

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Iraq Correspondent Pessimistic as Tour Ends

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Iraq Correspondent Pessimistic as Tour Ends

Iraq Correspondent Pessimistic as Tour Ends

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Correspondent Jamie Tarabay has been reporting from Iraq since 2003. She's finishing up her final tour there. Tarabay talks with Melissa Block about her impressions of Iraq today. She is pessimistic about Iraq's future and says it's going to take a long time for Iraqis to reconcile with each other. But she has seen "pockets of hope."