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On the Road Again
Weather Forces A Return To Tradition In Iraqi Kurdistan
A few short years ago, it was unusual to see Kurdish shepherds moving stock around. But now, thanks to dry weather, some farmers are going back to their ancestral, nomadic ways.
A Salty Pickle
Basra’s Annual Water Crisis May Turn Into Major Environmental Disaster
Every summer, saltwater from the Arabian Gulf intrudes on Basra’s freshwater sources. This year it’s worse than ever, as pipes are clogged with salt, agriculture fails and animals die.
Dealing With The Iraqi River Where Sewage And Drinking Water Mix
Every day litres of waste water and even sewage end up in the rivers and lakes, that are the main source of drinking water for one of Iraqi Kurdistan’s biggest cities.
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Turning Off Their Phones:
After Elections, Anbar’s Would-Be MPs Still Owe Millions
Candidates in the recent elections spent millions of dinars on their campaigns in Anbar. Or at least, they promised to. Many small businesses, including copy shops and butchers, are still waiting to be paid.
Multi-Billion Dollar Budget Needed To Keep Iraq’s Water Flowing
In Baghdad, locals have been fretting about dramatic falls in the level of the Tigris river. The government has a plan. Only problem is, that plan requires billions in funding that Iraq does not have.
Extremists Go Against The Grain:
Security Crisis Sees Harvests Halved in Northern Iraq
A Cruel, Cruel Summer?
In Karbala, Locals Plan Ahead For Serious Drought
Financial Crisis Kills Off Iraqi Kurdish Media, Endangers Fourth Estate
Thanks to Nuclear Deal, Iranian Migrant Workers Plan To Leave Iraq
Iraq's Canning Can't
Too Much Competition For What Was Once Karbala's Biggest Business
Missing Millions? The Mystery of Iraqi Kurdistan's Border Taxes
Truth, Lies And Barrels Per Day
Confusion Reigns in Iraq-Kurd Oil Dispute
The Kurdish Plan To Take Out International Loans
Roadside Bankers Profit From Extremists’ Mobile Phone Shutdown in Mosul
A Bigger Threat Than The Extremists
Iraq On Verge Of Economic Collapse?
Real Estate Wreckers
While Ordinary Basra Families Suffer, A New Upper Class Profits
Holiday In A War Zone? Visitors Down And Out In 'Middle East Capital of Tourism 2014'
A Committee For Reconstruction – The Cure For Iraq’s Economic Woes?
Extremists Now In Real Estate Business In Mosul
Baghdad’s Financial Blockade Of Iraqi Kurdistan Has Desired Effect
Online Security In The Middle East
Iraq’s Activists Bypass Govt. Blocks
Clash Of Cultures
Tensions Rise Between Refugees And Locals In Karbala
Extremists And Errant Cleric Wrecking Karbala’s Tourism-Based Economy
Paying For The Caliphate
When Extremists Become Bad Bank Managers In Mosul
biggest winners in iraqi crisis so far? karbala's gun dealers
unpopular civic upgrade
historic karbala will become closed ‘religious zone’
ninawa’s planned oil refinery moves sunni-led region even further from baghdad
down and out
recent returnees to kurdish boom towns get less than they bargained for
iraq votes 2014
in basra, fastest way to voters’ hearts, through their stomachs
e-waste comes to karbala
old phones and computers threaten public health
political or economic? new turkish-kurdish border crossings send message to baghdad
stuffing money in the mattress
why iraqis refuse to use iraqi banks
basra’s mighty petro-dollar
but does the province have anything to show for it?
iraqi, turkish politicians show true colours at academic forum
what’s in a name
religious business names being swapped for exotic english in karbala
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