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Protest against power outages in Basra. (Photo: Abu Iraq)
Abu Iraq, Khalid Waleed
7 Aug 12
Electricity shortages happen everywhere in Iraq, but cause angry scenes in the boiling temperatures of the south.
Iraqi school pupils get out after the last exams of the year. June 2012. (Photo: Abu Iraq)
Noor al-Khazali, Khalid Waleed
17 Jul 12
Article on divisive content of textbooks on Islam got education officials working on something both faith communities could live with.
Mosul, the administrative centre of Nineveh province. (Photo: Ahmed Younis)
Ahmed Younis, Khalid Waleed, Mustafa Mohammed
7 Jun 12
Despite recent history of violence, Sunni Arab and Kurdish politicians in Nineveh are beginning to cooperate.
At a demonstration in Baghdad in September 2011, protestors hold up a picture of Hadi al-Mahdi, an Iraqi journalist shot dead at his home. (Photo: Khalid Waleed)
Khalid Waleed
11 May 12
Number of reporters killed down, but Iraq still ranks poorly for press freedom.
Areas heavily contaminated with mines along Iraq’s borders with Iran. (Photo: Mohammed al-Zaidi)
Muhammad al-Zaidi, Khalid Waleed
8 May 12
Vast areas still need to be mapped before demining can take place.
At a demonstration in Baghdad in September 2011, protestors hold up a picture of Hadi al-Mahdi, an Iraqi journalist shot dead at his home. (Photo: Khalid Waleed)
Khalid Waleed
2 Feb 12
Rights groups say government not doing enough to protect freedom of expression and assembly.