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Daraj
Led by Front Line Defenders, the new investigation reveals the true extent of the impact invasive surveillance has on targeted women, exploring the personal journeys of human rights defenders, Ebtisam Al-Saegh and Hala Ahed Deeb.
Vicken Cheterian
As events unfold, there are numerous questions that remain open: how bloody will the next chapter of Kazakhstani history be? Will Kazakhstan’s statehood survive from the internal explosion and foreign intervention?
Aya Mansour – Iraqi Journalist
2021 refused to leave Iraq without a bloody massacre … 
Mostafa Al-Dahdouh
Refusing to organize elections, Hamas continues to appoint municipal council members. While the people of Gaza have not moved a finger to demand their rights, political factions only issued routine statements, which in turn were only routinely diffused by the media. Why?
Carmen Kareem
Is seeing reality from more than one angle an act of betrayal? Have our dreams of revolution and freedom blinded us and made us turn each other into the “new assad”? Perhaps one day “gray” will be the only color, the one color that looks tenderly at both the defeated rebel and the soldier who was thrown into the front line at age 18.
Asaad Zalzali
There has been much talk about ISIS’s expropriation of the lands and properties of religious minorities in Mosul and in some Iraqi provinces; however, the violations that started in 2003 are ongoing today and are not perpetrated by just one entity, as this investigation reveals.
Ahmad Al-Husseini
Iraq’s “era of bullets” started in 2003. A pattern of murder and assassination has set the rule ever since. As impunity continues to reign, Daraj maps the culture of death that has targeted politicians, artists, journalists, activists, and even athletes.
Maksim Othman
She was a stranger with a strange appearance and a strange request. “I’m not a beggar,” she told my mother. “I just want some old clothes or rags that you no longer need. I need them as a pad for my paralyzed daughter.”
Mohammad Al-Sultan
The 2019 protests left some 25,000 people wounded, of whom some 5,000 live with permanent disabilities. They were not the first. According to the UN, due to war, conflict, accidents and birth defects, Iraq has the world’s highest number of disabled people.
Maha Gazal
On December 7, Israeli jets for the first time ever bombed Latakia. Syrian air defenses remained idle. As Latakia is only 20 kilometers away from the main Russian military base in the country, it begs the question: did Moscow know and allow the air raid to happen?
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