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Dispatches: Iraq - The Betrayal
Dispatches: Iraq - The Betrayal
Must Watch Video Report From UK: Channel 4
Peter Oborne accompanies the UK Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, as he travels across Iraq, meeting the main players who will determine the future of the country; from the US Commanding General David Petraeus, to militiamen fighting to protect their homes, to parliamentarians holed up in Baghdad’s Green Zone, Oborne discovers that Iraq seems to have reverted to a violent feudalism.
Saturday, March 22,2008 12:39
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Peter Oborne accompanies the UK Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, as he travels across Iraq, meeting the main players who will determine the future of the country; from the US Commanding General David Petraeus, to militiamen fighting to protect their homes, to parliamentarians holed up in Baghdad"s Green Zone, Oborne discovers that Iraq seems to have reverted to a violent feudalism.

Meanwhile America has lost the trust and respect of the world and there are chilling consequences of the war for ordinary people back on the streets of Britain.

Broadcast Mon 17 Mar

 


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