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21 Feb 05
New ministry bosses will have to put their own houses in order so as to address huge needs.
21 Feb 05
Recent spate of devastating suicide attacks turning Iraqis against the resistance.
21 Feb 05
In the south of the country, getting hold of a beer or bottle of spirits is a lot harder than it used to be.
21 Feb 05
Plastic buildings offer a novel solution for schooling in the wetlands - but they may remain empty as many parents cannot afford to let children stop work and come to classes.
21 Feb 05
Growing criminality takes the shine off improved living standards.
21 Feb 05
Dismissed politician may never face trial for “illegal” Israeli trip after the judge who charged him is dismissed.
21 Feb 05
Diversity of parties and factions begin forging electoral alliances ahead of January vote.
21 Feb 05
Upcoming ballot is seen as an opportunity to secure power and influence for majority faction.
21 Feb 05
Upsurge in attacks in Iraq suggest Islamic radicals are teaming up with Saddam’s security men.
21 Feb 05
Cross-border trade and holes in security wall make Kuwait’s frontier an easy option for militants.

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