Baghdad actor Ayad al Ta'i lived in exile in Syria for two years because it was unsafe for people with recognizable faces to stay in Iraq. He returned home late last year.
Baghdad actor Ayad al Ta'i lived in exile in Syria for two years because it was unsafe for people with recognizable faces to stay in Iraq. He returned home late last year. Adam Ashton/The Modesto Bee/MCT
Baghdad actor Ayad al Ta'i lived in exile in Syria for two years because it was unsafe for people with recognizable faces to stay in Iraq. He returned home late last year. Adam Ashton/The Modesto Bee/MCT

Baghdad makes a comeback — on Iraqi TV

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