The strategic southern settlement destroyed by shelling faces a daunting task as it looks to recover.
Despite nationalist politics elsewhere, residents refuse to be divided along ethnic lines.
Critics fear that risks outweigh any potential benefits.
The province is coming back to life after years of conflict.
Politicians turn their attention to the war-torn east.
New scheme aims to entice locals away from growing narcotics that help fuel insurgency.
Industrialists say that ongoing losses will prove hard to reverse.
Locals furious that they have no access to network running through their lands.
Civil servants are unhappy about being made to pay for aid projects.
Locals want to see movement on power, water and transport projects.