For as little as 5,000 Iraqi dinars ($4.20) a night — or half that for long stays — the guests can enjoy beds, regular meals, health checkups and a mini playground, all under the cooling purr of an air conditioner.
In Iraq, sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia ethnic groups is once again spiking. Journalist Sahar Issa lives in Baghdad. She tells anchor Marco Werman that the hours after prayers on Friday are an especially fearful time in the capital.
A new BBC documentary titled, 'Secret Iraq,' explores the British troops' 2007 exit from Basra, as they handed the mission to American forces. We preview the documentary and hear from Col. Peter Mansoor.
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