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21 Feb 05
Many people in southern city believe Iran is carrying out assassinations as part of a strategy to extend influence.
21 Feb 05
Iraqi politicians try to figure out whether they will win or lose from new political road-map.
21 Feb 05
Destruction of student residences puts women's education on hold.
21 Feb 05
Capital's residents say coalition occupation of their parks means they can't escape stress of everyday life.
21 Feb 05
The collapse of the Ba'athist regime has given Shia women a chance to learn about their once-suppressed faith.
21 Feb 05
Angry motorists reach for their guns as frustration over long petrol queues leads to violence.
21 Feb 05
Arms trade has gone underground, but anything from a handgun to a small missile is freely available.
21 Feb 05
Plan by international authorities to establish new army may not meet the country's real needs.
21 Feb 05
Many Iraqis question US-led administration’s right to give foreign firms wide-ranging rights to buy national assets.
21 Feb 05
By IWPR staff (ICR No. 40, Part I, 15-Dec-03)

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