President Obama announced the end of U.S. combat operations in Iraq last August, but 2010 was still a tumultuous year in the region. How will Iraqis remember 2010? And what do they hope for in the year to come? Dr. Lubna Naji, a recent graduate of Baghdad Medical School, joins us to reflect on the past year and to share what she looks forward to in 2011.
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