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Although people are friendly, there are few job opportunities.
More than half of all reported weddings in north east region involves a minor.
Tribal justice processes are the only remaining choice for most.
Praise for latest talks supporting peace negotiations between Kabul and the Taleban.
Gunmen act with impunity in areas outside government control.
30 May 18
Conflict deemed as un-Islamic by experts in Indonesia summit.
3 May 18
Killing took place on the country’s deadliest ever day for journalists.
2 May 18
Reporters rally to insist that they will not be intimidated into silence.
23 Apr 18
Event provides forum for participants to network and share experiences.
23 Apr 18
Customers in southern province complain that they are being treated unfairly.
20 Apr 18
Locals turn to tribal mediation in the absence of access to formal justice processes.
19 Apr 18
Huge swathes of farmland wiped out by high rainfall and snowmelt.
10 Apr 18
Ancient temples and gardens in mountainous eastern province risk being lost forever.
9 Apr 18
A lack of representation has led to a vicious circle of marginalisation.
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