Iraq Ten Years Later: Violence and Instability Still the Norm

It’s been 10 years since American-led troops entered Iraq and helped topple Saddam Hussein.

Years of fighting produced a fragile peace and though the last US troops left in 2011, the country is still the scene of daily sectarian violence.

Marco Werman speaks with veteran Middle East reporter Jane Arraf on what life is like for Iraqis a decade since the US-led invasion.

Arraf reported from Baghdad before, during, and after the war.

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