Back in Iraq

DUHOK, Iraqi Kurdistan — Well, that last post was quite a cliff-hanger, wasn’t it? However, after two nights and a day of walking — well, walking, marching, climbing, scrambling — from Turkey to Iraq, I can confirm that I’m safe and well in Duhok at the Jiyan Palace Hotel. The crossing was a Bataan death march. Luckily we survived. I’m exhausted. It’s 4 p.m. here in Iraq, and I need to sleep for a while. Sorry for no details on this one, but I’m just absolutely knackered.
At least I’m alive. Now, I can get to work.

11 thoughts on “Back in Iraq”

  1. Qualcosa da festeggiare

    Christopher Albritton il giornalista indipendente di cui ho già parlato ce l’ha fatta. Dopo una marcia estenuante (e pericolosa) è riuscito ad attraversare clandestinamente la frontiera fra la Turchia e l’Iraq, e ora si trova in Kurdistan, a Duhok. È…

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  4. Fuori l’Hazon

    Chris Albritton ha mandato il reportage sulla sua “Lunga Marcia” per passare dalla Turchia in Iraq. Non perdetevelo: è meglio di Indiana Jones….

  5. Don’t miss it

    Anche se avete bisogno del dizionario, vale la pena di leggerlo. Chris Albritton ha mandato il reportage sulla sua “Lunga Marcia” per passare dalla Turchia in Iraq….

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