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21 Feb 05
Hundreds of thousands who fled life in Baathist Iraq have little to go back to, even if life in Iran is tough.
21 Feb 05
Fear reigns in Hilla – a city that used to be an island of calm in the Shia south - after a round of fighting, looting and mass jailbreaks.
21 Feb 05
Thousand-strong demo in Najaf is followed by Shia cleric’s decision to pull his men out.
21 Feb 05
Freedom brings surge in looting of antiquities from Ur and other Mesopotamian sites.
21 Feb 05
A town south of Baghdad has recently become home to a particularly intolerant version of Sunni radicalism.
21 Feb 05
Young Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has popular support despite being excluded from the political process.
21 Feb 05
Iraqi Kurds' isolation will be at an end with the reconstruction of long-derelict airport.
21 Feb 05
The Shia woman tipped as favourite to join Governing Council fits the bill because she combines a local power base with an international profile.
21 Feb 05
Policing the south is close to impossible as corrupted tribal practices take over.
21 Feb 05
Governing body may have to compromise over structure of proposed war crimes court to satisfy local and international demands.

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