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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
With violence spiraling, Iraqis are prepared to see the reinstatement of their hated intelligence services on condition they are reformed.
21 Feb 05
Fee-paying students in Baghdad struggle to meet rising course costs.
21 Feb 05
They may not know what the Republican Party is, but Sulaimaniyah residents are staunchly in favour of its leader.
21 Feb 05
The rebel town’s location, its recent history and tightly-knit community all conspire to make it the ideal breeding ground for insurgency.
21 Feb 05
Iraqi beasts of burden face an uncertain future after their owners replace them with cheap stolen cars.
21 Feb 05
Studying at Iraq’s universities no longer viewed as a good career move.
21 Feb 05
The former dictator may have swapped his palaces for a prison cell, but he still divides opinion amongst those he once governed.
21 Feb 05
As violence increases across the country, more and more Iraqis are unwilling to risk their lives to take part in the forthcoming election.
21 Feb 05
While many Iraqis welcomed the recent imposition of martial law, others believe it should have been a last resort.
21 Feb 05
Many Iraqis are seemingly too preoccupied by their own kidnapping fears to mourn Margaret Hassan.

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