Iraq's Garden of Eden, Restoring the Paradise that Saddam Destroyed, July 30 2010 articles of Der Spiegel journal



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Iraq's Garden of Eden, Restoring the Paradise that Saddam Destroyed, July 30 2010 articles of Der Spiegel journal, News, Azzam Alwash, a citizen of Iraq and the United States, is a hydraulic engineer and the director of Nature Iraq, the country's first and only environmental organization. Euro Mec has worked for years with Nature Iraq, proudly supporting their mission to bring fresh water back to the unique Iraqi Marshlands. Iraq, Middle East


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Iraq's Garden of Eden, Restoring the Paradise that Saddam Destroyed
 
July 30 2010, articles of Der Spiegel journal


Azzam Alwash, a citizen of Iraq and the United States, is a hydraulic engineer and the director of Nature Iraq, the country's first and only environmental organization.
Euro Mec has worked for years with Nature Iraq, proudly supporting their mission to bring fresh water back to the unique Iraqi Marshlands.

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Iraq, Middle East



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