A child stands near a river of sewage in the street where he lives in central Baghdad. Squatters who were displaced from their homes or could no longer afford rent set up makeshift homes on public property.
A child stands near a river of sewage in the street where he lives in central Baghdad. Squatters who were displaced from their homes or could no longer afford rent set up makeshift homes on public property. Leila Fadel / MCT
A child stands near a river of sewage in the street where he lives in central Baghdad. Squatters who were displaced from their homes or could no longer afford rent set up makeshift homes on public property. Leila Fadel / MCT

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