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14 Apr 00
A rift is opening up between Azerbaijan's religious leaders and their congregations who say the mosques are doing nothing to improve their spiritual and material well-being
5 Apr 00
Armenia's former interior minister, the notorious Vano Siradeghian, skips bail as his murder trial enters its sixth month.
5 Apr 00
Most voters quietly accept that President Eduard Shevardnadze will win the April 9 elections - but they bitterly resent the fact that there is no real alternative.
31 Mar 00
Journalists campaign to secure the release of an opposition journalist detained by the Nagorny Karabakh regime
31 Mar 00
Despite the moderating influences of the modern age, tribal divisions continue to have a devastating effect on people's lives in this North Caucasian republic
31 Mar 00
Chechen newspaper Gums seeks to shape public opinion from its self-imposed exile in Dagestan
31 Mar 00
A parliamentary inquiry in Armenia investigates the alleged theft by state officials of vast quantities of fuel in the early nineties.
31 Mar 00
At least 90 per cent of Azerbaijan's population now live below the poverty line and there is precious little evidence of the government acting to improve the situation.
24 Mar 00
Nagorny Karabakh won the war against Azerbaijan but is now losing the peace
24 Mar 00
The attempted murder of president Arkady Ghukasian is expected to seriously disrupt the Nagorny Karabakh peace talks

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