More good news from Iraq
Chrenkoff‘s on the job, with links on news on everything from why the Marines don’t trust Rajiv Chandrasekaran, the Baghdad bureau chief for the “Washington Post” (imagine that, the WaPo untrustworthy? Who’d thunk it?), the fact that sixteen provincial councils have been established, along with 78 district councils, 192 city or sub-district councils, and 392 neighborhood councils; health care and education; reconstruction; women joining the security forces, and talk radio
Akhmad al-Rakabi is the founder and director of Radio Dijla — called after the original name of the Tigris River that weaves through Baghdad. He tells RFE/RL the station’s two phone lines are constantly busy.
Chrenkoff, a must-read!