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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

21 Feb 05
Arab states are obsessed with America's next moves, and no regime is more concerned than the House of Saud.
21 Feb 05
Speaking Iraqi to Iraqi, one observer sees beyond the division and discord plaguing the country in the aftermath of the war.
21 Feb 05
Murder and mutilation of four American civilians exposes lack of Coalition control over town.
21 Feb 05
Yazidis are uncertain whether to identify with the Kurds or campaign for separate rights.
21 Feb 05
The fall of Saddam Hussein has opened debate over "regime change" in other Arab countries.
21 Feb 05
Journalists, businessmen and academics have a duty to reduce the dangerous gap between America's stated intentions in the Middle East and the Arab world's growing animosity.
21 Feb 05
The dangers which the siege of Fallujah created for road travel have been reduced, but travellers from Baghdad to the western border are still prey to bandits and corrupt customs men.
21 Feb 05
Most people interviewed in the capital are opposed to a further deployment of US troops, especially in built-up areas.
21 Feb 05
The United States risks losing a major opportunity to forge an open media in the Middle East.
21 Feb 05
Former Republican Guards team up with foreign Islamist militants in Fallujah to fight Coalition forces.

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