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· December, 2008

Stories about Iraq from December, 2008

Kurdistance: Celebrating the Night of Winter

Armenia-Azerbaijan: Muntazer al-Zaidy Reaction

Southeast Asia: The shoe, the shoe

Iraqi journalist Muntadar al-Zaidi will be known for a long time as the shoe thrower. He who succeeded in throwing a pair of shoes at U.S. President George Bush last...

China: Journalist Throws Shoe At Bush, Chinese Reactions

MENA: Shoe Throwing Games

Palestine: Broken Ribs for Iraqi Shoe Thrower

George Bush and Iraq: ‘Shoe'denfreude?

Will this become one of those moments in history? In years to come will you recount to your grand children where you were when an Iraqi journalist, Montather Al-Zeidi, threw...

North Africa: Regarding the Shoe Tossing

Iraq: Throwing Shoes at the President Kurdish-style

Iraq: Angry with Iraqis

Iraq: Not in the Mood for Eid and Special Occasions

Muslims around the world are marking Eid Al Adha, a religious festival which marks the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son to Allah and the end of the Hajj...

South Asian Laborers Duped Again in Iraq

After 12 Nepalese laborers had been kidnapped and murdered by Iraqi terrorist group Ansar al-Sunna in 2004, there was hope that officials in Iraq, United States and in Nepal would...

Egypt: Call for Commemorating Saddam Hussein

On the second anniversary of the execution of ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, and in coordination with the Iraqi community in Cairo, five Egyptian political parties called for commemorating the...

Egypt: Wael Abbas refuses to meet President Bush

Egyptian blogger and activist Wael Abbas just announced on his blog that he turned down an invitation to meet up with Bush. Marwa Rakha translates his post from Arabic.

Iraq: “Let us live in peace”

Iraqis react to new pact on withdrawal of US troops

Iraq: Withdrawal of US Troops Blueprint

Iraq: Political Developments

Iraq: No Classes Before Eid

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