Voices from 2006: Conflict Zones

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We wrap up our series on Voices from 2006 with a revisit to people in conflict zones. Iraqi stock-exchange CEO Taha Ahmend Abdul Salam talks about life in Baghdad in the past nine months. Mona el-Farra, a political blogger, provides an update on conditions in the Israeli-occupied territory.


Taha Ahmend Abdul Salam, member of the Baghdad Stock Exchange

Dr. Mona el-Farra, Palestinian physician and human-rights activist



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