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21 Feb 05
Media rights groups defend banned Arab TV stations - ordinary Iraqis say they had it coming.
21 Feb 05
Various groups, from foreign fundamentalists to former Saddam loyalists, differ on points of Islamic law but unite to fight Coalition forces.
21 Feb 05
Recent spate of devastating suicide attacks turning Iraqis against the resistance.
21 Feb 05
Rallies provoke fears of unrest in the ethnically-mixed city of Kirkuk.
21 Feb 05
Cross-border trade and holes in security wall make Kuwait’s frontier an easy option for militants.
21 Feb 05
On the eve of the United States election, many residents of the Iraqi capital are hoping for change in the White House.
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
Kurdish students from Iran and Syria are escaping the troubles by studying in northern Iraq.
21 Feb 05
The authorities' appear to be counting on international concern over Muslim radicalism in their attempt to rid themselves of a banned Islamic group.
21 Feb 05
Furious Mecca pilgrims find popular TV pundit’s remarks insulting.

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