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Spent billions:  Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed.
Spent billions:  Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed.
Spent billions:  Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed.
Iraq’s Immigration Minister:

'We Are Not Forcing The Displaced To Return To Their Homes’

Awara Hamid
In an interview, Iraq’s Minister of Displacement and Migration, Jassim Mohammed, provides the latest update on Iraq’s displaced and dispels popular myths about those forced to flee their homes.
2.02.2017
Why Can’t Law 21 Save The Country?

Plan To Decentralize Iraqi Govt. Power Still Stuck In Limbo

Mustafa Habib
Iraq’s provinces want more power to look after their own finances and security. It’s a plan that may aid reconstruction and reconciliation. But it hasn’t happened and locals are asking why.
26.01.2017
Zoned Out:

Iraqi Province Creates New Districts - But For Better Or Worse?

Kamal al-Ayash
The Anbar council has re-zoned its province. Locals are divided as to whether new districts will bring better services, or whether they hasten the destruction of the Iraqi nation.
12.01.2017
Maliki Vs. Sadr:

Iraq’s Provincial Councils A New - And Dangerous - Political Battleground

Mustafa Habib
As Shiite Muslim political rivalry plays out on various Iraqi provincial councils, it’s becoming clear that the country’s next provincial elections will be among the most important ever – and the most perilous.
5.01.2017
A member of Iraqi Kurdish military planting the Iraqi Kurdish flag. (photo: كامران نجم) A member of Iraqi Kurdish military planting the Iraqi Kurdish flag. (photo: كامران نجم) A member of Iraqi Kurdish military planting the Iraqi Kurdish flag. (photo: كامران نجم)
Year In Review:

Iraqi Kurdistan’s ‘Year Of Crisis’

Histyar Qader
From money problems to oil problems, to a stalled democracy and the security crisis, it hasn’t been an easy year for Iraqi Kurdistan, the region that once dreamed of being ‘the new Doha’.
3.01.2017
Iraqi schoolchildren with donated books and pens. (photo: Staff Sgt. Alex Licea)
No Way To Get Funding:
Iraqi Kurdistan’s Law on NGOs Must Change, NGOs Say
12.05.2016  |  Politics
 (photo: Website of Iraqi Parliament)
The Danger Of Dictatorship:
How To Replace Iraq’s Flawed Political System?
12.05.2016  |  Politics
Banned: The Speaker of the Iraqi Kurdish Parliament, Yusuf Mohammed. (photo: هونر حمه رشيد)
Speaker Of Iraqi Kurdish Parliament:
‘If Barzani Stepped Down Now, He Would Be A Model President’
31.03.2016  |  Politics
A flag belonging to one of the Shiite volunteer militias hangs over a sign that used to mark that this was IS territory near Tikirt, in Salahaddin province (photo: يونس البيياتي)
Power, Money And Angry Cousins:
Political In-Fighting in Salahaddin Province Causing Municipal Chaos
17.03.2016  |  Politics
Who is the Iraqi of the Year?
Year in Review:
Who Is Iraq's 'Person of the Year' For 2015?
7.01.2016  |  Politics
Members of a Christian militia group, the Ninawa Plain Forces..
Storms On The Horizon:
What Can Iraqis Expect In Post-Extremist Era?
17.12.2015  |  Politics
PM Haider al-Abadi: The senior politician may have run out of friends to call.
Nobody Wants To Be On Team al-Abadi:
Iraqi PM Can't Please Anyone, How Can He Save the Country?
4.11.2015  |  Politics