Due to a bombardment of unsavoury media coverage, the majority of British people struggle to picture Iraq as anything other than a warzone. Yet this isn’t how British-born Dorothy Al Khafaji remembers it. In her touching memoir Between Two Rivers, she reveals the country behind the headlines, in a time when Saddam Hussein was only […]
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