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Telling the stories of Iraq’s 3.2 million internally displaced people
A new project titled "Map of Displacement" uses photos, videos, and words to draw intimate portraits of Iraqi lives being held in limbo, putting names and faces to the civilians who have been caught in the crossfire of war. Photographer Sebastian Meyer, one of the writers involved in the project, joins from Erbil, Iraq with more on the personal portraits.
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