Laith Hammoudi couldn’t tell anyone what he did for a living. He came to work and went home every day by a different route. Each night we compiled the daily “terror report,” a roundup of bombs, shootings and other violence in Iraq. How can a man deal with that – and the existential threats to his own family – every day for 14 years? But Laith has endured.
Laith Hammoudi couldn’t tell anyone what he did for a living. He came to work and went home every day by a different route. Each night we compiled the daily “terror report,” a roundup of bombs, shootings and other violence in Iraq. How can a man deal with that – and the existential threats to his own family – every day for 14 years? But Laith has endured.
Laith Hammoudi couldn’t tell anyone what he did for a living. He came to work and went home every day by a different route. Each night we compiled the daily “terror report,” a roundup of bombs, shootings and other violence in Iraq. How can a man deal with that – and the existential threats to his own family – every day for 14 years? But Laith has endured.

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Meet this Iraqi, an interpreter who risked his life for us during Iraq war

January 30, 2017 1:16 PM

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