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Inaam Kachachi Wikipedia
Inaam Kachachi (Arabic: انعام كحه جه) (born 1952) is an Iraqi journalist and author. She was born in Baghdad and studied journalism at university. She worked as a journalist in both print media and radio before moving to France in 1979. She went on to obtain a PhD in Paris. She still lives and works in Paris, and is the local correspondent for a couple of Arabic-language newspapers.
In 2004, Kachachi made a documentary on Naziha Al Dulaimi, the first female cabinet minister in the Arab world. She has also published several fiction and non-fiction titles. These are:Lorna, her years with Jawad Selim (Beirut, 1998) (non-fiction)
Paroles d’Irakiennes (Paris, 2003) (non-fiction)
Sawaqi al-Quloob (Streams of Hearts, 2005) (novel)
Al-Hafeeda al-Amreekiya (The American Granddaughter, 2008) (novel; translated into English by Nariman Youssef)
Kachachi's second novel The American Granddaughter was nominated for the Arabic Booker Prize. Tashari was shortlisted for the International Prize for Arabic Fiction (2014).