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Fallujah residents protest during Iraq's "Day of Rage" on February 25 2011.  (Photo: Uthman al-Mukhtar)
IWPR-trained journalists
2 Mar 11
Countrywide demonstrations over dismal services have already forced a number of officials to quit.
Iraqi oil minister Hussein al-Shahristani addresses the media in Baghdad on October 20 following a landmark auction of three gas fields in Anbar, Diyala and Basra. Provincial officials claim the central government is not cooperating with local authorities to manage natural resources in their regions. (Photo: Khalid Waleed)
IWPR-trained journalists
22 Oct 10
Provinces angered by energy auctions which officials say may have violated the Iraqi constitution.
IWPR-trained journalists
19 Jul 10
Politicians with paramilitary pasts enjoy impunity for past actions.
IWPR-trained journalists
15 Feb 10
Setback for opposition groups in row over alleged election violations, tracked closely by IWPR reporters after historic poll.
IWPR-trained journalists
24 Jul 09
Enthusiastic supporters take to the streets of Sulaimaniyah as two parties prepare to face off.
IWPR-trained journalists
20 Apr 09
New radio station tackling poor understanding of disease and medicine already attracting large audiences.
IWPR-trained journalists
20 Apr 09
Kept at home their sons may join the Taleban, but if sent to study in Pakistan there’s a risk they’ll become suicide bombers.
IWPR-trained journalists
12 Mar 09
They’re doubtful that incoming provincial councils will make much-needed improvements.
IWPR-trained journalists
27 Feb 09
They will have their work cut out sharing power, improving public services and curbing corruption.
IWPR-trained journalists
24 Feb 09
Tensions between government and parliament over control of press holding up controversial new media legislation.

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