New Internationalist

Iraq

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First Madeleine Albright, now Prince Harry: the strange world of humanitarian awards

Felicity Arbuthnot wonders how the Distinguished Humanitarian Leadership award can be given to someone involved in the war in Afghanistan.

Filed in: Afghanistan Conflict Iraq United Kingdom United States

UN ‘travesty’: resolutions of mass destruction - Part 2

How has the corporate press reacted to the fighting in Syria?

Filed in: Iraq Media Military Syria

US drones invade Iraqi skies

When is a US troop pullout not a pullout? asks Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Iraq Military United States War and Peace

Obama must act before the US implicates itself in a war crime at Camp Ashraf

Iraq is planning to close the camp at the end of 2011 – but the fate of its inhabitants is far from secure.

Filed in: Human Rights Iran Iraq Refugees

Iraq

Hadani Ditmars finds a battered and divided country where young people strive for a progressive future.

Filed in: Iraq

The power and the glory

Anarchy, violence and nostalgia for a golden age mark Iraqi politics in the run-up to the elections.

Filed in: Iraq

Hail Mary, full of grace

Iraqi Christians, once a million strong, face persecution in a post-secular society.

Filed in: Iraq

The waiting room

War and underfunding have decimated Iraq’s public health system, once the best in the Arab world.

Filed in: Iraq

‘Look sad like an Iraqi woman’

In a country of widows, women have borne the brunt of years of war, sanctions and occupation.

Filed in: Iraq

The art of survival

Despite fatwas and foreign troops, the show in Iraq must go on.

Filed in: Iraq

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