By James Palmer
The Washington Times
October 15, 2007
BAGHDAD — A girl with dark, mournful eyes wears pink sandals and a white dress as she carries an empty bucket down a dusty path. The bright colors stand out against the monochrome backdrop of one-room cinder-block huts nearby.
A study released last month by the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) said nearly 2 million displaced citizens — most of them women and children — are now scattered across the country, and many of them head for Baghdad.