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15 Feb 10
Patients in oil-rich city dying needlessly on the operating tables of its principal hospital.
Comment
15 Feb 10
Recent violence underlines importance of province’s communities reaching an accord over its future.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
There are concerns that some Awakening Council members may return to the ranks of al-Qaeda if Baghdad fails them.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
There are concerns that some Awakening Council members may return to the ranks of al-Qaeda if Baghdad fails them.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Provincial officials say 2007 could be the biggest year yet for opium production in the war-torn province.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Setback for opposition groups in row over alleged election violations, tracked closely by IWPR reporters after historic poll.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Minorities say new religious curriculum places unfair emphasis on Shia Islam.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Clandestine printing presses in western province of Anbar accused of spreading insurgent propaganda.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Week of explosions and fraught negotiations shows Iraq struggling to emerge from America’s shadow.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Iraq’s political feuds – and geopolitical frailty – are exposed by Iranian incursions against smugglers.

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