Stamford man feels impact of Iraqi violence

Sam Khiralla says Internet and phone services have

Sam Khiralla says Internet and phone services have been cut off in Iraq, so he hasn't been able to reach his parents or 10 siblings. He says no one has heard from his two younger brothers, or their wives, for three weeks. (June 17, 2014 10:28 PM)

A Stamford man born and raised in Iraq says he fears for his family’s safety after a recent surge in violence across the country.

Sam Khiralla says Internet and phone services have been cut off in Iraq, so he hasn't been able to reach his parents or 10 siblings. He says no one has heard from his two younger brothers, or their wives, for three weeks.

Born and raised in Baghdad, Khiralla...

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