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Abeer Mohammed

Abeer Mohammed

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A market in downtown Amman. (Photo: Hubert Stoffels/Flickr)
Abeer Mohammed
21 Feb 12
Amman mixes secular and conservative identities.
Anbar residents take to the streets on February 4, 2012, chanting slogans in support of the Syrian uprising. (Photo: Iraq Revolution)
Abeer Mohammed
9 Feb 12
Sunni-dominated Anbar province in aid fundraising drive in support of Syrian rebels.
Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki addresses a press conference last month. (Photo: Ahmed al-Baghdadi)
Abeer Mohammed
1 Feb 12
Hopes that move will allow budget to pass parliament and soothe sectarian tensions.
Abeer Mohammed, Anas al-Bdeer
28 Jan 12
Despite Iranian insistence that official’s remarks were twisted, merest suggestion of external influence stirs controversy in Iraq.
A suicide car bomb exploded close to the interior ministry in central Baghdad on December 26, killing five. (Photo: Ahmed al-Baghdadi)
Ahmed al-Baghdadi, Abeer Mohammed
21 Jan 12
Most of those killed in spate of attacks since December exit have been Shia.
Asaib Ahl al-Haq shows off some of its weapons, autumn 2011. (Photo: IWPR)
Abeer Mohammed
17 Jan 12
Observers warn that emergence of Asaib Ahl al-Haq as political actor could further unsettle political scene.
Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki addresses a press conference on December 21. (Photo: Ahmed al-Baghdadi)
Abeer Mohammed
22 Dec 11
As American forces leave, Shia-majority politicians turn on Sunni colleagues.
Dira Square, in the Saudi capital Riyadh, is used for public executions. (Photo: BroadArrow/Wikicommons)
Ahmed al-Baghdadi, Abeer Mohammed
21 Dec 11
Execution highlights delays in negotiating Iraqi-Saudi prisoner exchange.
Demonstration in Salahuddin province, November 2011. (Photo: IWPR)
Abeer Mohammed
7 Dec 11
Resentment of central government leads to calls for devolution, or perhaps more, in Sunni Arab provinces.
Abeer Mohammed
24 Nov 11
Jordanian fans harass Iraqis after losing game, marking divisions between communities.