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jane arraf
Journalist, writer. Happily roaming Iraq, other places to report for television and newspapers inc Jazeera English and America and the Christian Science Monitor
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tara Sep 3
Syria; For those who wonder why refugees do not return to their own country, or why they fled in the first place...
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It's a wonderful collection that deserves to be so much better known
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Hélène Millard Sep 2
“What I find offensive is that drowned children are washing up on our shorelines”
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Peter Bouckaert Sep 3
leaders express all the horror u want. Until u give safe & legal passage 4 ur words meaningless.
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Ehmedê Xanî Sep 3
This is how we should be remembering Alan. But we'll be haunted by his death.
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Hala Jaber Sep 1
The loss of 's temple confirmed by satellite photos. Via
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Amelia Newcomb Aug 30
spotlights an often invisible history by showcasing Palestinian women's textiles and dresses
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CS Monitor Aug 29
Is Donald Trump rising, or is rest of Republican field sinking?
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Barry Malone Aug 29
Seems we now need to say this louder then ever before:
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ArabTrans Aug 18
We asked 1507 people in about their trust in the country's institutions.
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Defense One Aug 17
This Could Be the Change Iraq Has Been Waiting For by
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Amelia Newcomb Aug 12
In , rare euphoria as public protests spur anticorruption reforms. But many hurdles remain
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Luay لؤي الخطيب Aug 11
The |i people have won the 1st battle by having 's ReformPackage legally approved. The long war on corruption is not over
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Slemani Times Aug 10
- If snap elections are held, Gorran & will nomimate Barham Salih for the KR presidency.
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jane arraf Aug 9
Imagine an where officials were hired for competence instead of political affiliation. Iraqis might even stop leaving the country....
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jane arraf Aug 9
PM Abadi's proposed political reforms to reduce sectarian hiring, corruption would be most sweeping changes since Saddam was toppled.
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Vivian Salama Aug 9
's cabinet approved a wide-ranging reform plan that would involve sacking Nouri al-Maliki & others. Parliamentary approval pending
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jane arraf Aug 9
Bold, politically dangerous move by PM Abadi to abolish senior political posts. Unclear whether pols willing to back changes.
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Sajad Jiyad سجاد Aug 9
Abadi issues a decree preventing DG level and above senior govt officials from travelling abroad pending review
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iraqoilforum Aug 9
What cabinet voted on: Political appointees as deputy ministers, advisers, heads of govt bodies to be replaced within 6 months
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