ARR Issue 399 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

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ARR Issue 399

Sadeq Behnam
15 Jun 11
IWPR story said to have contributed to introduction of ban on poaching of species that prey on agricultural pests.
An Afghan policewoman in Kabul conducting a vehicle inspection at a checkpoint in the capital Kabul. (Photo: Iseafmedia)
Sharif Sayidi
26 May 11
Potential recruits held back by family restrictions.
IWPR
26 May 11
IWPR report addresses local fears about getting caught in crossfire between police and insurgent groups.
IWPR staff
26 May 11
IWPR report addresses local fears about getting caught in crossfire between police and insurgent groups.
Qazi Mohammad Amin Waqad of the Afghan High Peace Council tasked with talking to the Taleban. Women’s groups fear negotiations conducted in secret by an unrepresentative body could result in a deal that undermines their basic rights. (Photo: Isafmedia/Master Sgt. Michael O'Connor)
Mina Habib
24 May 11
Assurances from officials do little to calm fears that rights will be traded for peace.
The Taleban have taken to disguising themselves as members of the army and police. Here, a real Afghan army soldier stands guard at a village meeting in Zabul province. (Photo: Isafmedia/Spc. Thomas Duval)
Habiburahman Ibrahimi
24 May 11
Intelligence agency deploys special units to watch over army and police recruitment.