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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
Many believe emerging political structure will ensure freedom and growth, while hardliners dismiss it.
21 Feb 05
Education system is being overhauled with Ba'ath party ideology replaced by big emphasis on human rights.
21 Feb 05
Unless sacked Ba'athists with no links to Saddam's crimes are found work, they could fall into the hands of the extremists.
21 Feb 05
Iraqi media have a critical role to play in building a new Iraq, and IWPR's new field training programme aims to help.
21 Feb 05
Region's best army poised to commit forces to coalition, but Iraqi response is hostile.
21 Feb 05
Media rights groups defend banned Arab TV stations - ordinary Iraqis say they had it coming.
21 Feb 05
Assassination of Aqila Al-Hashemi serves notice that entire interim government is at risk.
21 Feb 05
Deployment of Iraqi policemen in place of American soldiers brings greater confidence that law and order can be imposed.
21 Feb 05
Weapons bought cheap in Iraq are sold for double the price in neighbouring Saudi Arabia.
21 Feb 05
Visitors from the south of the country increasingly viewed with suspicion.

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