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Displaced At Home:

Survivors Of Darbandikhan Earthquake Build A Tent Town

Dashty Ali
The streets and gardens of the Iraqi Kurdish city of Darbandikhan are filled with blue tents. Often they are occupied by owners of the earthquake-damaged house right next door.
Deadly Tribal Traditions:

Campaign Against Celebratory Gunfire Gains Traction In Baghdad

Mustafa Habib
It’s not just terrorism Baghdad needs to worry about. The number of ordinary citizens killed by stray bullets at special events is rising but nobody knows how to combat this potentially deadly tribal tradition.
Down But Never Out:

Visiting Mosul University, A Symbol Of Hope For A City In Ruins

Special Correspondent
Iraq’s second largest university was under the control of anti-education extremists for three years. Recently reopened, both students and teachers see the possibilities for a better Iraq on campus.
Illegal Obstacles:

Villages Put A Speed Limit On Their Province

Mohammed al-Zaidi
Did illegal speed bumps in a small town in Wasit cause a province-wide speed limit to be enforced? Some locals seem to think so - and they're upset.
A Kurdish wedding. (photo: حيدر نادر) A Kurdish wedding. (photo: حيدر نادر) A Kurdish wedding. (photo: حيدر نادر)
Cross-Cultural Love:

What Happens When A Christian Falls In Love With A Muslim

Narim Rostam
Despite Iraqi Kurdistan being less conservative, it is still difficult for couples there to marry if their partners are of a different ethnicity or religion. That’s even though it is happening more often.
Sign of hope? Beer on sale at a bar in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Liberty’s Libation:
In Anbar, Liquor Shops Are An Unlikely New Sign Of Hope
23.11.2017  |  Society
Hot, Hard Work:
On The Job With The Salt Collectors Of Dhi Qar
9.11.2017  |  Society
Save The Animals:
In Northern Iraq, It's A Dog's Life
5.10.2017  |  Society
Pictures posted by a Baghdad restaurant that took up one of the challenges.
Truth, Dare, Promise:
Iraqis Fascinated By Online ‘Challenge’ Phenomenon
4.10.2017  |  Society
Climate Change:
In Basra, Fighting Rising Temps With Trees
21.09.2017  |  Society
The room where the incident occurred
Domestic Violence
Desperate Father Brutally Burns Family In Mosul
13.09.2017  |  Society
No Ordinary Bumper Sticker:
In Basra, The Personal Stories Behind Vehicular Slogans
31.08.2017  |  Society
Experimental Performances:
Iraq Proves Perfect Setting For ‘Theatre Of The Oppressed’
24.08.2017  |  Society
A Different Kind Of First Aid:
The Mosul Youth Who Are Rescuing Books And Music
23.08.2017  |  Society
Janat Mohammed hard at work on a living room ensemble.
Powerful Tools:
Meeting Diwaniya’s Only Female Furniture Maker
20.07.2017  |  Society
Environmental Issues:
Iraqi Kurdistan’s Lone Water Keeper
19.07.2017  |  Society