Iraq elections

 
Iraq: A divided nation tears itself apart once again
Iraq: A divided nation tears itself apart once again
On the night of April 24 in the Iraqi town of Buhriz, spring has sprung. In the garden of a retired security officer a group of men, sitting around a...
Iraq forces vote in provincial elections as violence soars
Iraq forces vote in provincial elections as violence soars
The credibility of the elections, the first since March 2010 parliamentary polls, has been drawn into question following deadly attacks on...
Wrath of Iraq war lingers
Wrath of Iraq war lingers
A British woman who worked as a senior  United States officer during the most troubled ­periods of the Iraq war said she feared the West had...
Iraq rivals seal power-sharing deal amid increase in violence
Iraq rivals seal power-sharing deal amid increase in violence
Iraq's deeply divided political factions sealed a power-sharing deal more than eight months after an inconclusive general election, paving the way...
PM al-Maliki emerges as frontrunner after Iraq vote
PM al-Maliki emerges as frontrunner after Iraq vote
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Shi'ite leader who helped ease Iraq's deadly sectarian conflict, emerged on Monday as a frontrunner after an...
Iraqis vote behind barbed wire
Iraqis vote behind barbed wire
Iraqis voted behind barbed wire and rings of police on Saturday in an election that tested the war-battered country's fragile security gains and...
Is Iraqi politics ready to embrace women?
Is Iraqi politics ready to embrace women?
In the overwhelmingly male arena that is Iraqi politics, it was a striking sight. A local sports ground, an election rally and a candidate - a...

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