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Afghanistan

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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21 Feb 05
Provincial delegates pour out their troubles to Afghanistan's newly elected leader.
21 Feb 05
Although access to the grand assembly compound has been strictly controlled, this reporter managed to get in with a pool of journalists on Sunday.
21 Feb 05
The country's smaller ethnic communities are keen to have their say at the grand assembly.
21 Feb 05
Grand assembly reminded that authorities are not honouring agreement to free jailed Taleban foot-soldiers.
21 Feb 05
Controversial commander's actions are alienating Afghanistan's power brokers, including the ex-king he claims to support.
21 Feb 05
Trouble is brewing as Karzai continues to delay naming his cabinet.
21 Feb 05
After days of rumour and intrigue, Hamid Karzai finally announces his cabinet, with appointments drawing broad support from Loya Jirga delegates.
21 Feb 05
The removal of the Taleban has not freed the country's women from the head-to-toe dark blue garments that came to symbolise oppression and cruelty.
21 Feb 05
WHO urges Afghan medical students to tackle rural health problems but safety worries are hampering progress.
21 Feb 05
Government plans to encourage foreign investment are hampered by, amongst other things, the absence of a private banking system and labyrinthine bureaucracy.

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