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Latest update : 2011-12-23

Iraq: Will nation implode after US withdrawal?

No sooner have the last US troops returned home that Iraq’s bitter sectarian divide has come to a head. Is it the beginning of the end of multiparty rule or the necessary growing pains of democracy?

  • Abdelamir ALWAN, Independent Iraqi politician
  • Jolyon HOWORTH, Professor of International Relations, Yale University
  • Dave CLARK, Paris Deputy Bureau Chief, AFP
  • Patrick COCKBURN, Iraq correspondent, The Independent
  • James ANDRÉ, France 24 Reporter

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2015-05-26 Iran

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 2)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-26 Iraq

Islamic State group advances: Baghdad and Washington trade blame over losses (part 1)

The fight is on in Ramadi, a campaign to recapture the capital of Anbar province that has now been taken in hand by Shiite militias. But even as the operation unfolds,...

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2015-05-25 Burundi

Burundi's brutal standoff: One month on, tension spirals (part 2)

After a month of protests and a failed coup, President Pierre Nkurunziza is undeterred in his bid for a third term. He denies ordering the weekend killing of opposition figure...

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2015-05-25 Burundi

Burundi's brutal standoff: One month on, tension spirals (part 1)

After a month of protests and a failed coup, President Pierre Nkurunziza is undeterred in his bid for a third term. He denies ordering the weekend killing of opposition figure...

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2015-05-21 Ireland

Will Ireland Say "I Do"? Gay Marriage Referendum Challenges Catholic Values (part 1)

Ireland could become the first country to approve gay marriage by referendum. Friday's vote is being seen as pitting the secular-minded younger generation against the established...

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