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    Journalist and public relations specialist Ali Al Mshakheel during a protest in Tahrir Square in Baghdad in 2011. Photo provided by Ali Al Mshakheel

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    Ali Al Mshakheel, in yellow, looks on as his wife, Ahdaf Shamkhi, serves their son, Yousif, 4, as their family, including son Ahmed, 8, left, and daughter Elian, 2, right, sit down to lunch in their Stevens Avenue apartment after the children returned home from school Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Mshakheel and his family recently had to leave their home in Baghdad, Iraq because of sectarian violence in the area. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Hussein Mshakheel, left, 9, tells a story to his aunt, Ahdaf Shamkhi, far right, as Shamkhi's children Ahmed, center, 8, Elian, 2, and Yousif, 4, listen, while sitting in the living room of Shamkhi's Stevens Avenue apartment. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Omar Mezaal tears up as he thinks about his family who is still in danger in the Ramadi region of Iraq, while taking a break from his job repairing cars at Dubai Auto on Forest Avenue in Portland. Mezaal came to the U.S. in 2013 seeking asylum because he is sought by Al Qaeda after being kidnapped by them and held for nine days before he was freed when a group of American soldiers overtook the camp. His wife and four children are still in Iraq. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer.

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    Khald Mazal, owner of Dubai Auto on Forest Avenue, is an Iraqi native and is upset at what's going on in his home country. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Ghomri Rostampour of South Portland poses last summer with a pea farmer near Sardasht, her native city in the Kurdish region of Iran. She visited the Kurdish Autonomous Region in Iraq, just across the border, in 2012. Courtesy of Rostampour

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    Reza Jalali and his wife, Jaleh Hojjati, of Falmouth, stand near the bazaar or marketplace in Isfahan, Iran, in 2010. Courtesy of Reza Jalali

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    Ali Al Mshakheel, at left, watches as his wife, Ahdaf Shamkhi, carries tea into the living room of their Stevens Avenue apartment, while at right, Mshakeheel's nephew, Hussein, and his other children (not pictured), watch cartoons. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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