It has been 25 years since former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein launched a gas attack on the Kurdish city of Halabja. With a death toll of over 5000 people and 7000 - 10000 seriously injured, the chilling legacy of the Halabja Massacre can still be felt to this day. Kurdish Journalist Dler Abdullah sets out to discover how the situation has developed a quarter of a century later. Through the first-hand account of victims, we hear their deeply personal stories and how the effects of that day still persist. Additionally, the documentary explores how the city was shaped by the...
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