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21 Feb 05
A growing number of women are risking traditionalists' ire by taking posts as security guards.
21 Feb 05
As violence engulfs the Sunni triangle, Iraq's northern Kurdish zone is going from strength to strength.
21 Feb 05
Prominent Iraqis call for US-led coalition to restore sentence to deter violence and punish Ba'athist crimes.
21 Feb 05
Celebratory gunfire may soon claim as many civilian victims as the war.
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.

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