Taking to the streets of Baghdad, with a microphone
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Taking to the streets of Baghdad, with a microphone

Minas Suheil, 31, is the host of a live morning show called "Baghdadia and the People" on the Iraqi television station Baghdadia. The concept is simple. Suheil goes to a different location of the capital each day and holds out a red microphone, live Iraqis air their grievances to their nation. (Leila Fadel/additional footage via YouTube/The Washington Post)

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