Countries: Iraq

See also: Middle East and Caucasus
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After the troops have gone: What now for Iraq?

After seven years, billions of dollars, as many as 100,000 civilian deaths and more than 4,000 US troops killed - President Barack Obama is finally pulling US troops out of Iraq....

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 3917 times

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Insight with Zainab Salbi

When Zainab Salbi’s father was chosen to be Saddam Hussein’s personal pilot the 11 year-old’s life was changed forever. ...

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Women's rights

Witnessed: 2123 times

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Iraq - the reckoning

The proposed inquiry into the war in Iraq, expected to begin once the withdrawal of troops is completed in July, has already created controversy. ...

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 2145 times

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Thousands still missing after Iraq-Iran war - 30 Aug 09

More than 20 years have passed since the declaration of a ceasefire which ended the war between Iran and Iraq....

Regions: Iran, Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 2573 times

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Deaths after Iranian camp in Iraq raided - 29 Jul 09

Iraqi troops have raided a camp of an exiled Iranian opposition group in Diyala province, killing at least four people and wounding more than 400 others. ...

Regions: Iran, Iraq

Issues: Police brutality, Refugees, Violence

Witnessed: 2263 times

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Highlights: Insight with Hala Jaber: The Human Face of War

Hala Jaber has won plaudits for her courageous reporting from around the world, particularly in Iraq, where she was one of the last correspondents to leave Falluja when it came under heavy bombardment...

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 2353 times

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Patrick Cockburn: the real Muqtada AlSadr

Award winning war correspondent Patrick Cockburn examines the role of Muqtada al-Sadr – the man who leads a movement in Iraq that opposed both Saddam Hussein and the US occupation.

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 2279 times

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Witnessed: 2261 times

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Martin Woolacott: Iraq compared with the Suez crisis

Martin Wollacott, foreign affairs correspondent of the Guardian, talks to Charles Glass about the striking similarities between the war in Iraq and the Suez crisis which brought down a government.

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 3007 times

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Martin Bell: On Politics Spin Wars and Journalism

Martin Bell, maverick politician and one of the most distinguished foreign affairs reporters of his generation, talks about New Labour, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and spin.

Regions: Afghanistan, Iraq

Issues: Armed conflict

Witnessed: 2334 times

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