Iraq by night: Letting loose in Baghdad

With more than 50 percent of Iraq's population under 19 years old, young Iraqis want to reclaim their freedoms and are calling for a change of mentality in the conservative society. At night, some head to concert cafés or even electro parties in the capital, Baghdad, held amid tight security. Our correspondents Simona Foltyn and Lucile Wassermann report.


Meanwhile, in Israel, a closely fought general election further complicates the country's political landscape.

And recent attacks on Saudi oil plants heighten US-Iran tensions and highlight how drones are becoming a game-changer in modern warfare.

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