by Josh Vardey
Article published on the 2009-09-07 Latest update 2009-10-12 17:15 TU
It's been one of most notorious countries on earth for the past six years but the world's focus is moving away from Iraq. Violence appears to be decreasing across the country and the US military is pulling out. But millions have fled their homes and country over the past six years and the question of their future still hangs in the balance. An estimated two million fled to Syria, but the number of returns has been small. RFI's Josh Vardey reports from Damascus to find out what has happened to these people, and when they plan to return.