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"You cannot know a country by what you hear from the media," Rana said. "You have to live with them to truly understand them. I want to go to many countries now."


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Building bridges

The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy hosted 10 Iraqi teens for 10 days.

American and Iraqi teens work together on the Bridges Over Barriers project.

Iraqi students left a their mark in art for the city.

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