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Revolutionary Women:

The Female Paramedics Of Tahrir Square

Azhar Ali Hussein
Iraqi women are learning first aid while they volunteer as nurses at anti-government protests. They are also changing the status quo, making a difference to local women’s rights.
11.02.2020
Revolutionary Women:

A One-Woman Business To Give Other Girls Hope

Huda al-Taei
A young Iraqi graduate took matters into her own hands to avoid waiting for a government job, by starting her own beauty business.
11.02.2020
Revolutionary Women:

'Why I Decided Not To Wear The Veil Anymore'

Alia al-Maliki
A Baghdad-based journalist explains how and why, after years of doubt, she finally stopped covering her hair in public.
11.02.2020
Revolutionary Women:

How One Iraqi Teen Found A New Life In Protest

Alia Talib
Once the 16-year-old Baghdad school student used to stay at home, reading and listening to pop songs. Now she has a new purpose.
11.02.2020
Boy’s Own:

Meeting The Youngest Policeman In Basra

Hussein a-Amiri
One Basra teenager, who dreams of becoming the kind of detective he sees in the movies, is getting a head start in his career – by volunteering to direct city traffic.
11.12.2019
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
In some parts of the Middle East, exotic cats are a status symbol. Iraqis are getting in on the act too.
Kings Of The Concrete Jungle:
Baghdad’s Trendiest New Pet
11.05.2017  |  Society
Like A Vegetable Market:
Dhi Qar’s New Airport Mocked By Iraqis
27.04.2017  |  Society
 (photo: عبد الله العنزي)
Monumental Error:
Baghdad’s Best Known Statue In Danger Of Collapse
20.04.2017  |  Society
Natural Treasures:
Iraq’s Mythical Marshes See Increase In Tourism
30.03.2017  |  Society