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Twelve years of sanctions and seven years of occupation have taken their toll as Iraqis struggle with wrecked infrastructure and...
By *Ngugi Wa Thiong'o*
Dirtmusic's debut album.
The latest album from Jah Wobble and the Nippon Dub Ensemble.
Three Florida sisters with very different lives, all seeking love.
It’s only a feature film, and it’s shot in black and white, but City of Life and Death is an intense, indelible experience.
Anarchy, violence and nostalgia for a golden age mark Iraqi politics in the run-up to the elections.
War and underfunding have decimated Iraq’s public health system, once the best in the Arab world.
In a country of widows, women have borne the brunt of years of war, sanctions and occupation.
Iraqi Christians, once a million strong, face persecution in a post-secular society.
Despite fatwas and foreign troops, the show in Iraq must go on.