Malik Farhan, a perfume distributor in Baghdad, gets stopped and searched at every checkpoint.  His fragrances contain trace amounts of high-explosives, according to security officials.
Malik Farhan, a perfume distributor in Baghdad, gets stopped and searched at every checkpoint. His fragrances contain trace amounts of high-explosives, according to security officials. Jack Dolan/Miami Herald/MCT
Malik Farhan, a perfume distributor in Baghdad, gets stopped and searched at every checkpoint. His fragrances contain trace amounts of high-explosives, according to security officials. Jack Dolan/Miami Herald/MCT

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