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A new generation is standing up for what they believe in - and they refuse to be intimidated.
The province is coming back to life after years of conflict.
Powerful gesture brings volunteers together to launch empowerment campaign.
Activists work to break down stereotypes and celebrate co-existence.
Grassroots efforts promote solidarity between members of different religions.
12 Aug 13
Most want a system that lets them handpick politicians, but none is prepared to say so out loud.
3 Jul 13
Will erosion of the State of Law party help shape a new kind of politics?
2 May 13
Despite ongoing violence, some reporters argue that excessive security checks stop them getting the story.
1 May 13
Uncertain allegiances and fears of spillover.
24 Dec 12
Critics say law combines sweeping descriptions of “information crimes” with excessive penalties.
23 Oct 12
Draft law intended to promote return to normality, but critics warn of opposite effect if militants believe they have impunity.
7 Aug 12
Electricity shortages happen everywhere in Iraq, but cause angry scenes in the boiling temperatures of the south.
7 Mar 12
Funds to become more readily available after story on concerns of Iraqis living in Syria.
23 Dec 11
Workshop participants start producing public-service advertising for local media.
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