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Abeer Mohammed
3 Nov 11
Arab countries embracing democracy should learn from the costly mistakes made in Iraq’s post-Saddam era.
The housing shortage is so severe that some 50 families have sought refuge in Najaf cemetery. (Photo: Kalsem Al-Kaabi)
Abeer Mohammed
9 Aug 11
Foreign investment needed to revive floundering social housing construction programme.
Abeer Mohammed
29 Jun 11
Female IWPR journalist planning to go abroad experiences extent of gender inequality in her country.
Iraqi bloggers believe they are under threat. (Photo: IWPR)
Abeer Mohammed
23 Jun 11
Increasing intimidation prompts internet activists to join forces.
Abeer Mohammed
23 May 11
Online access remains a big problem for Iraqis, undermining their right to freedom on expression.
Supporters of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki have dismissed suggestions that he rejected Sunni-supported candidates for the defence minister’s on sectarian grounds.
Abeer Mohammed
31 Mar 11
Defence and interior ministry posts still vacant more than a year after Iraq’s parliamentary elections.
Iraq's Christians and Yezidis - the only groups permitted to sell alcohol in Iraq - say Baghdad's crackdown on alcohol shops dealt them an economic blow and deepened uncertainty about their future. (Photo: Hazim al-Sharaa/IWPR)
Abeer Mohammed, Hazim al-Sharaa
17 Mar 11
Federal authorities lift prohibition, but Baghdad officials warn sales could be restricted in future.
Abeer Mohammed, Hazim al-Sharaa
24 Feb 11
Religious leaders join government in opposing central Baghdad demonstration.
Baghdad protesters demonstrate in support of the anti-Mubarak Egyptian movement last week. (Photo: Hazim al-Sharaa)
Abeer Mohammed, Hazim al-Sharaa
8 Feb 11
But despite anger over ineffective government, there’s little sign of them emulating the North African revolts.
Sadr City makes up about five per cent of Baghdad's total area, yet houses half the city's population.  (Photo:Sgt. Jerry Saslav/DVIDSHUB)
Abeer Mohammed
8 Feb 11
Some are less obvious than others as Sadr City undergoes cultural and economic change.

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