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Iraq: The state of the orphans

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They move around cars trying to gain drivers’ sympathy to buy a box of tissue paper. The program’s crew tries to discover the dreams of Iraqi children who have lost their parents. Their suffering is increased by tribal traditions that refuse the state’s custody over them, leading them to beg or take an arduous job. This is in addition to the authorities’ failure to find them homes.