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Violence in Iraq takes a religious turn. The spectre of ethnic cleansing looms ahead

Die or escape

Die or escapeThe war in Iraq, seen by Sunnite civilians in two stories of ordinary violence: Violence with religious connotations is pushing Iraq closer towards the abyss of a civil war, but in recent months the continua...

Women As Bargaining Chips

Women As Bargaining ChipsThe US command refuses to release women prisoners because it might look like a concession to the kidnappers of Jill Carroll: Official Iraqi sources state that the American military command may have delayed the release of Iraqi women prisoners i continua...

Another Year of Madness

Another Year of MadnessThe Iraq War began March 18, 2003: Last January 21, over a month after the December 15, 2005 elections, the Iraqi electoral commission published the offic continua...

Ethnic Tensions Rising in Kirkuk

Ethnic Tensions Rising in KirkukCity’s ethnic and religious groups are warning of creeping sectarianism: By Samah Samad   Marwa As’ad, a Turkoman resident of Kirkuk, is heartbroken. She had been planning to marry continua...

Weakened current

Weakened currentLack of electricity affects the daily life of Iraqis, even their sex life: There is an urban myth in the west that widespread electrical blackouts bring about a baby boom.  According to this b continua...

In the streets of Bassora

In the streets of BassoraAn Iraqi journalist recounts everyday life in the town: On 20 September in Bassora, a town in the south of Iraq with a Shiite majority, the British army attacked the town’s pr continua...
Topic: War, People, Religions
Area: Iraq