2010 Pulitzer Prize: International Reporting

THULUYAH, IRAQ -- Recitation of the Koran, mournful but consoling, played from a scratchy cassette as the men gathered in the funeral tent for condolences. They sipped bitter Arabic coffee, only enough to leave an aftertaste. As they smoked cigarettes, an American helicopter rumbled overhead, it...
 
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Worries About A Kurdish-Arab Conflict Move To Fore in Iraq (Post, July 27, 2009)
 
In the City of Cement (By Anthony Shadid, July 12, 2009)
 
A Quiet but Undeniable Cultural Legacy: U.S. Occupation of Iraq Will End, but a Host of American Influences May Linger (Post, May 31, 2009)
 
A Journey Into the Iraq of Recollection: Baghdad-to-Basra Train Offers Respite From Divisions and Pain (Post, April 1, 2009)
 
'No One Values the Victims Anymore': Devastating Blast Creates Few Ripples in a Recovering Iraq (Post, March 12, 2009)
 
New Paths to Power Emerge in Iraq: Cleric's Ascent to Local Strongman Illustrates Shift Underway (Post, January 13, 2009)
 
In Iraq, the Day After: The War, in a Sense, Is Over. But a New Struggle Begins As Citizens Ask the Inevitable Question: What Next? (Post, January 2, 2009)
 

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