14 December 2010 |
Political wrangling leaves around 2.8 million displaced Iraqis with no durable solutions in sight
Seven years after the March 2003 US-led invasion, Iraq remains deeply divided. Iraqis
have been internally displaced in three periods: either under the former Ba’ath government; from the March 2003 invasion until the February 2006 Samarra bombing; and since then. Today, one in ten Iraqi is still internally displaced, totalling 2.8 million people.