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Bill Would Have Criminalized Wide Range of Peaceful Expression

In a win for online freedom in Iraq, in February the Iraqi parliament said it will stop pushing forward a cybercrimes draft law until after it is amended so that it protects rather than infringes upon free speech. As it stood, the law would have allowed…
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UK nationals committed abuses in Iraq after 2003 on a significant scale. The International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) Final Report on the UK and Iraq on December 9 is the latest official report to find that members of UK armed forces…
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Release All Kidnapped and Detained Peaceful Activists

Click to expand Image Protesters marching in Al-Tahrir Square Tunnel in…
Protesters marching in Al-Tahrir Square Tunnel in Baghdad, Iraq.
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Lack of Action After Torching of TV Station Raises Fresh Fears for Reporters’ Safety

Click to expand Image The office of Dijlah TV station in Baghdad was…
The office of Dijlah TV station in Baghdad was badly damaged after it was torched by protesters on August 31, 2020.
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Hundreds of Protesters Dead Since October 2019; No High-Level Prosecutions

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Protesters take part in an anti-government demonstration outside the provincial council building in Basra, Iraq, August 17, 2020.