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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 claim mounting ill treatment at the hands of their fellow students, teachers, and local residents.
21 Feb 05
An unofficial court imposes harsh sentences on Iraqis who work for the Americans and their allies.
21 Feb 05
As newly empowered Kurds seek autonomy, members of the Turkoman minority in the north grow irritable.
21 Feb 05
A delegation of parliamentarians is dispatched to negotiate with the radical cleric.
21 Feb 05
A convoy from Fallujah carries much needed supplies of food and medicine to the people of Najaf.
21 Feb 05
IWPR journalists venture into areas held by supporters of radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr.
21 Feb 05
Volunteers from Baghdad and southern Iraq answer call from clerics besieged in Najaf.
21 Feb 05
Opinions divided about justness of insurgency as relatives mourn their losses.
21 Feb 05
As Iraq’s medical system falters, many people are turning back to older healing methods.
21 Feb 05
Tired of seeing their country torn apart by war, Iraqis view Olympic success with pride.

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