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Travelling to Iraq – let the waters rise

Kevin Davie travels to Iraq, the revived marshland home of the enemies Saddam Hussein set out to destroy.

Iraqi security forces free hostages

Security forces in Iraq have freed hostages at a city council office and killed one suicide bomber, says an official.

Iraqis slam government over deadly wave of bombings

Iraqis condemned authorities on Sunday for failing to stop a wave of deadly unrest including attacks that killed dozens of people the day before.

Iraq hit by worst violence since 2008

The worst violence since 2008 hit Iraq in May, raising fears of sectarian strife as leaders meet for talks on disputes that have paralysed government.

Women in Iraq yet to regain their place

In the 1980s Iraqi women enjoyed more basic rights than other women in the region, but years of dictatorship has led to deterioration in their status.

Iraq investment concerns remain as trade fair ends

Iraq may have been trumpeted as the top destination for investment, but experts warn that myriad problems keep it from being a good choice for all.

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