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Iraq

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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21 Feb 05
Kurdish Islamic militants driven out of northern Iraq seem to be regrouping just across the Iranian border.
21 Feb 05
Women hear new versions of traditional songs protesting the American presence in their land.
21 Feb 05
Discovery of ex-leader's body unleashes flood of memories and emotions.
21 Feb 05
A group calling itself the Iraqi Resistance invites IWPR to witness suicide bombing exercises.
21 Feb 05
Baghdadis take a break from daily troubles at weekly car races on outskirts of city.
21 Feb 05
Erotic song brings delight and scandal to country starved of frivolity and fun.
21 Feb 05
American military hopes to end the insurgency by turning to Iraqi tribal traditions.
21 Feb 05
Citizens of town in central Iraq take pride in their resistance to American-led occupation.
21 Feb 05
While the rest of Iraq tries to move on, the Sunni Arabs seem unable to find alternatives to fighting.
21 Feb 05
Najaf bombing highlights lack of security and concerns about sectarian violence.

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