Network of Iraqi Reporters for Investigative Journalism

Network of Iraqi Reporters for Investigative Journalism

Category: Investigations

Christians after Mousil Events: Middle East is No More a Place to Live in (2-2)

Reportage by: Mohammad al-Rubai’i; Basim Francis and Muwafack Mohammad Since 20 July 2014, the Churches of Mousil stopped tolling their bells for the first time...

Weeks of Yazidi Tragedy – The Road of Salvation is Opened by PKK (2-3)

Weeks of Yazidi Tragedy – The Road of Salvation is Opened by PKK (2-3) Reportage: Saman Nouh Duhok – In the last point that separates the Western side of Sinjar...

Having None to Protect them from ISIS: Yazidi People Between Immigration or International Protection (3-3)

Reportage: SamanNouh Duhok- In the way to Rumailam, the Syrian area adjacent to Iraq, the 14-year-old Layla stood on a hill, with dust covering most of her features to...

Vagrant Children in Iraq: Kicked Out from State Institutions, Recruited by al-Qaeda, and Exploited by Gangs Selling Organs

This report, the first publication by the Network of Iraqi Reporters for Investigative Journalism (NIRIJ), which was conducted by Iraqi journalist Mayada Daoud, earned...

For the fourth time … Iraq tops the Arabs in investigative journalism

Announced the general supervisor of the network investigative (Nirij) Mohammed al-Rubaie, winning three of the Iraqi Journalists first prize, and the first divided...

Iraqi journalists win top award for best reports in 2013 at the Arab Investigative Journalism Conference in Amman

11 Dec. 2013 Three Iraqi journalists from the Network of Iraqi Reporters for Investigative Journalism (NIRIJ) shared the first prize for the best investigative reports...

The Triangle of Violence, Despair and the Rise of Extremism Threaten Iraq of Losing its Christians Within a Decade

By: Basim Francis Hanna Al-Hayat Newspaper, August 13, 2013 To Australia, the final destination of those who survived of his brothers and relatives, the forty-year old...

Investigative journalism gains ground in Iraq

05 Jan. 2013     In post-war Iraq, the need for quality investigative journalism is immense. Despite adverse conditions, reporters trained by an IMS-supported...

Counterfeit Medicine Plagues Iraqi Kurdistan

  Muwaffaq Muhammad Bikhal, a young Kurdish woman, knows she may not live to see another spring. The leukemia that has ravaged her body since she was treated with...

Iraq should investigate “Arbitrary Execution” of nationals by US forces

 by:Maiadah Daood Ishaqi, Iraq – Ibrahim Harrat, a former army officer who lost one of his legs, bowed down to pick up the empty shells. These bullets were the...