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Lack of representation means that women find it even harder to access justice.
Students in Ghazni province say that they are too ashamed to make formal complaints.
An influx of former refugees returning from Pakistan has put intense pressure on services.
Community care has massively reduced maternal mortality.
Observers warn that groups intended to help maintain stability are abusing their power.
17 May 00
Russians tighten up security in the Chechen lowlands as rebel forces announce the start of the spring campaign
10 Feb 00
Chechen leader Yusup Soslambekov believes the coming of spring spells new hope for peace talks
21 Jan 00
Could old religious disputes divide the Chechen high command as Moscow steps up its relentless offensive? Spiritual leaders are calling for extremist elements to be held accountable for their war-mongering crusades.
23 Dec 99
The Unity Party's election objectives appear to have been reached in Sunday's Russian parliamentary polls, driven as much by tanks in Chechnya as by the party's actual policies.
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