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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
Reformist interior minister slices away at power of police strongman.
21 Feb 05
People with psychological problems are chained up at a holy shrine, hoping traditional methods will cure them.
21 Feb 05
Efforts to rebuild Afghanistan are being undermined by warlordism and the resurgence of the Taleban.
21 Feb 05
Many Afghans want war criminals to go on trial, but justice is still far off.
21 Feb 05
Women resort to folk remedies to prevent pregnancy because they often have no alternative.
21 Feb 05
Women pilots recognised by yet to receive promised rewards.
21 Feb 05
Clerics in Kandahar are confiscating books right, left and centre, and it's not always clear why.
21 Feb 05
Two Kabul editors accused of insulting Islam released, but likely to face trial.
21 Feb 05
High levels of dust and fumes prompt UN to launch a year-long study of air quality.
21 Feb 05
Although training programmes are currently under way, it may take years to restore public confidence in the police.

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