Journalist Farnaz Fassihi on covering the war in Iraq and its effect on ordinary citizens

    Farnaz Fassihi, the Wall Street Journal’s deputy bureau chief of the Middle East and Africa, covered the war in Iraq and its aftermath until 2005. Her new book, “Waiting for an Ordinary Day,” is a memoir of her experience writing about the war and witnessing the unraveling of life for ordinary Iraqis. She joins us in the studio.
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