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[casi] Iraq: Charities in crisis

Thursday, 26 June, 2003, 10:22 GMT 11:22 UK

Iraq: Charities in crisis

How much longer will Iraq remain in limbo?

In a Hardtalk interview on June 26 Tim Sebastian talks to Will Day, Chief
Executive of Care International UK.

Click here to watch the full interview

The American-led reconstruction effort in Iraq is in chaos and suffering
from "a complete absence of strategic direction" according to a senior
British official in Baghdad.

One group of administrators has already been sent home, and according to the
aid charity Care International things are still going fundamentally wrong.

Two months after the coalition forces swept away the old regime, Care says
the country is in limbo, with a dangerous vacuum where there is no security,
and no law and order.

Will Day talks to Tim Sebastian about the problems they face in the
reconstruction of Iraq.

HARDtalk can be seen on BBC World at 03:30 GMT, 08:30 GMT, 15:30 GMT, 18:30
GMT and 23:30 GMT.

It can also be seen on BBC News 24 at 03:30 GMT and 22:30 GMT

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