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ICR Issue 92

Hussein Ali
21 Feb 05
After decades of semi-official tolerance, prostitutes are under attack from local residents’ groups and religious extremists.
Alan Attoof
21 Feb 05
An education programme designed especially for the children of returning Kurdish expats is intended to cushion their culture shock.
Zena Tarik
21 Feb 05
Rising investment and stable security have created a boom in the job market in Sulaimaniyah.
Hussein Ali
21 Feb 05
Baghdad’s restive Shia suburb has become an unexpected haven for Kurds.
Azeez Mahmood
21 Feb 05
Cafes stay open all day as Sulaimaniyah residents show few outward signs of Ramadhan observance.
Hussein Ali
21 Feb 05
While violence muted this year’s celebrations in Iraq, the Eid al-Fitr festival managed to unite Shia and Sunni communities for the first time in decades.
Zaineb Naji
21 Feb 05
Living in makeshift shelters across Baghdad, refugee families from Fallujah are increasingly resentful about their situation.
Hussein Ali
21 Feb 05
Commanders of new force insist they will root out troublemakers.