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Laith Hammoudi

Placard mourning Ammar Al Shahbander in Baghdad. Photo: Hatem Tome)
Laith Hammoudi
14 May 15
After an emotional farewell, colleagues reflect on his contribution in life.
Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki. (Photo: Muhannad Fala'ah/Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
15 Aug 14
After eight years, Nuri al-Maliki resigns after initially saying he won't.
Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki. (Photo:  Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
11 Aug 14
If it goes through, appointment will unblock Iraqi politics, though current prime minister hasn't conceded defeat yet.
A  temporary camp at Kalak for people displaced by fighting in and around Mosul. June 24, 2014. (Photo: Spencer Platt/copyright Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
21 Jul 14
Families flee as insurgents threaten dire consequences for non-Sunni groups.
Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki. (Photo:  Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
1 Jul 14
Sunni insurgents are at the gates, yet main parliamentary factions focus on tactical manoeuvring for top posts.
an IWPR contributor in Nineveh, Laith Hammoudi
25 Jun 14
"They left everything behind and ran for their lives.”
Refugees from Mosul arrive at a Kurdish checkpoint near a temporary camp, June 14. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/copyright Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
17 Jun 14
Insurgents still hold Mosul and other key Sunni towns.
Iraqis fleeing violence arrive at a Kurdish checkpoint next to a temporary displacement camp at Kalak. June 14, 2014. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/copyright Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
14 Jun 14
Reports of fight-back come as Iraq’s most senior Shia cleric calls for volunteers to fight insurgents.
A young porter passes an Iraqi police vehicle in Baghdad, March 2013. (Photo: Ali Arkady/Metrography/Getty Images)
Laith Hammoudi
13 Nov 13
Continuing conflict keeps many focused on emigration.
Nawshirwan Mustafa of the Movement for Change in Iraqi Kurdistan. Picture from 2007. (Photo: Vindheim/Wikimedia Commons)
Laith Hammoudi
18 Oct 13
Third force now in second place, upsetting long tradition of power being contested or shared between two big parties.

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