For years after the 2003 invasion, Americans relied on Iraqis to navigate a country whose terrain and sectarian loyalties were little understood. But many Iraqis who risked their lives to help the Americans now feel abandoned. Siona Jenkins talks to the FT's Christine Spolar and two of her former Iraqi colleagues whose hopes of resettlement in the US have recently been dashed.
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