Akbar asks which side are you on?
Sami is an Iraqi exile who blogs at An Iraqi’s Thoughts. He asks us some questions.
Iraq’s national women’s football team will participate in the second Arab championship arranged by the Amman Club in Jordan. The first group consists of Iraq, Egypt, Lebanon, the Orthodox and Al-Jazeera, the second of Syria, Bahrain, Palestine, Amman Club and Jordan junior team. And no Uday Hussein on hand to torture the players who score own goals. (AJ)
The Iraqi higher education and scientific research ministry has announced a rapid rise in foreign language learning since the fall of Saddam. Azzaman newspaper reports the Minister as lamenting the disconnection of Iraq from the external world and celebrating the fact that today universities are expanding language departments to cope with demand. (AJ)
US Agency for International Sevelopment (USAID) works with the Interim Government of Iraq and NGO’s to reconstruct Iraq. To find out more about its work check out March 24 issue of Reconstruction News. (AJ)
The Kuwaiti News Agency (KUNA) reports that the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) will continue support the reconstruction of Iraq.
Christian Iraq report April 20 on a two-day conference organised by Iraqi Commission for Civil Society Enterprises (CCSE) in Baghdad.
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