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Shopping, Coffee + A Spot Of Tragedy:
Wasit Theatre Group Tackles The Toughest Topics On The Street
Every Friday, locals in the city of Kut flock to what’s now known as “the Tigris street of culture”, where they can see, among other things, street theatre that tackles the taboo and the controversial.
In Iraqi Kurdistan, Final Exam Questions Sold for $100, Posted On Facebook
As Iraqi Kurdish students prepared to take final exams, many found they could read all about the upcoming tests online and cheat if they wished. But where were the stolen exams coming from?
The Beer Essentials:
How To Get An (Illegal) Drink During Ramadan In Northern Iraq
Every year during Ramadan, the liquor stores in some parts of Iraqi Kurdistan close their doors out of respect to the pious. But there are always ways to get a beer.
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In Kirkuk, The Midwife Knows Best
Cheaper, more comfortable, less crowded and trusted: Just some of the reasons Kirkuk women are turning to midwives rather than state hospitals. But, doctors warn, there are dangers too.
Bringing The City Back Will Take Time, International Aid Orgs Agree
In April this year, international organisations held a conference on how media development could help resuscitate the northern city of Mosul, which was under extremist rule for around three years.
The Southern Iraqi Book Market Creating A New Culture
Just The Good News:
Iraqi Media United In Patriotism Over Mosul – But Can They Be Trusted?
100,000+ Iraqi Civilians Fighting The Battle For Mosul Online
Improving International Relations On Iraq’s Oil Fields.
Letter To My Hometown:
Will You Return To Mosul One Day, If Peace Prevails?
The Young Baghdad Artist Who Paints On Bugs
Breaking Records + Hearts:
Halabja Local Tells Tragic History With Over-18-Meter-Long Prayer Beads
Ailing Health Sector
Kurdish Leaders Seek Medical Treatment Abroad
Contraband in Kurdistan
Smuggling Medicine ‘More Lucrative than Arms and Oil’
Midwifery Returns to Mosul Under Islamic State Occupation
Granting Turkey’s Request
Iraqi Kurdistan Takes Over Gulen Movement Schools
Meals On Wheels:
Food Trucks All The Fashion In Baghdad
River Of Death:
Iraqi Kurdish Call For Warning Signs After Record Number Of Drownings
The Syrian Refugees Who Became Media Stars in Iraq
No More Niqab:
As Extremists Leave Anbar, Backlash Begins Against Full Face Veils
Young Baghdad Actors Explore Iraq’s Problems With Mime
Guns, Bombs + Wolves:
A Road Trip With The Hunters Of Maysan
Visiting The Village Home Of the Oldest Goose In Iraq
After The Fall:
Visiting The Yazidi Temple, Two Years After Extremist Attacks
A Time Of Mourning:
Iraq’s Yazidis Still Celebrate Weddings, But Quietly
Attack On Baghdad:
A Plague Of Cockroaches Causes Chaos In Iraqi Capital
The Iraqi Artists Proving That One Man’s Scrap Is Another Man’s Artwork
Wild, Wild Web:
Young Iraqi Men Seek Sex Online, Find Blackmailers
Meet Ali Of Najaf, Iraq’s Most Famous Undertaker
In Iraq, Teenagers Who Dress Differently Have Much To Fear
Despite Security Worries, Baghdad’s Art Scene Seeing Small Revival
Iraqi Kurdish Locals Unite To Donate To Underfunded Cancer Hospital
Kurdish Town Boasts Squeaky Clean Record On Violence Against Women
Gone But Not Quite Forgotten:
Remembering The Jews of Dhi Qar In Architecture
Colouring the City:
The Young Iraqi Artists Replacing Rubbish With Beauty
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