(BBC) – In the breakfast room of Baghdad’s grandest hotel, among the businessmen and official delegations, they look so out of place – four pale-faced children, aged between about three and six. They’re wolfing down their bowls of cereal with determination, but in silence. You can tell they’re not on a family holiday. There are two women sitting with them, one nursing a small baby. But unlike the children, the women look Iraqi – and the body language is strangely distant. The children seem lost, mistrustful.