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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
Ba’ath party heavies still lurk in every neighbourhood, reminding people of their intimidating role in the past.
21 Feb 05
Principal publisher of children's literature jettisons Saddam-era propaganda.
21 Feb 05
All the sacrifices Iraqis made in the hope that things would get better were for nothing, says former navy officer.
21 Feb 05
Handicapped volunteers have started to help out Baghdad’s traffic police with growing jams.
21 Feb 05
Schools in the Sunni triangle close following a series of death threats against pupils and teachers.
21 Feb 05
Kurdish students from Iran and Syria are escaping the troubles by studying in northern Iraq.
21 Feb 05
IWPR tails Kirkuk’s police chief to find out what it takes to keep the peace on the city’s tough streets.
21 Feb 05
In the Kurdish areas where people are the most receptive to democracy, they still find it hard to register to vote.
21 Feb 05
Does the new collaborative spirit between the two big Kurdish parties come too late to maximise their gains from the election?
21 Feb 05
Thirty years of state manipulation are proving hard for some Iraqis to throw off.

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