Special Report

A mosque and a church in Pocitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. (Photo: Simon Jennings/IWPR)
Special Report
6 Dec 13
Politicians rush to claim triumph for their own particular group, even though census data on ethnicity hasn’t come out yet.
Incumbent Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and her predecessor Luis Moreno-Ocampo. (Photo: ICC-CPI/Flickr)
Special Report
21 Oct 13
Observers say lessons urgently need to be learnt from prosecution failings.
Bosnian police officer Amela Zukovic. (Photo: Mladen Lakic)
Special Report
9 Aug 13
Despite greater opportunities for women, old gender stereotypes remain strong.
Bosnia's Homeless Team with coach Elmedin Skrebo (far right, standing). (Photo: IWPR)
Special Report
6 Aug 13
International project helps homeless and underprivileged players to help themselves.
Sevda Cibo. (Photo: Sanja Vrzić)
Special Report
25 Jul 13
Association of home workers opens up foreign markets to boost their incomes.
Main ICC premises in The Hague. (Photo: Vincent van Zeijst)
Special Report
18 Jun 13
As the court asks for a bigger budget, it will need to consider where cost savings can be made.
Bosnian police officer Amela Zukovic. (Photo: Mladen Lakic) A school near the East bus station in Bishkek. Photo by Vladimir Menkov. Prison rights activist Vadim Kuramshin outside a penal institution near Granitny in Akmola region, scene of a riot in August.  (Photo: Vadim Kuramshin)
The conflict in Iraq created tens of thousands of widows, some of whom accept polygamous marriages as an answer to their problems. (Photo: Metrography) Staff of the Sarajevo Open Centre. (Photo: SOC) Abdul Hakeem Ahmed al-Daraji, older brother of Hameed al-Daraji, a Christian convert and former US military interpreter who was shot dead last month, watches as police search his brother's house in Samarra the day after he was killed. Security officials say the victim's son confessed to the killing. (Photo: Mahmud Salih)
Main ICC premises in The Hague. (Photo: Vincent van Zeijst) Visegrad's 16th century Ottoman bridge. (Photo: Rachel Irwin) Supporters of mutta say it protects vulnerable women from exploitation by offering them a flexible marriage contract, backed by a religious authority. (Photo: Sirwan Aziz/Metrography) Islam – or rather the regime’s interpretation of it – is likely to figure large in any new constitution. Armenia's rail network provides passenger and freight services as far as Georgia's Black Sea ports. (Photo: Nazik Armenakian) Courtroom in Trebinje at which protected witness Z.R. testified. (Still from Unprotected, film by IWPR directed and shot by Mirko Pincelli/Pinch Media)