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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
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.
21 Feb 05
With only a sixth of eligible voters in northern provinces registered so far, elections scheduled for September may have to be postponed again.
21 Feb 05
Most are upbeat about forthcoming elections and the prospects for peace and stability in their country.
21 Feb 05
In this traditional society, daughters are often seen as a burden on a family.
21 Feb 05
Conservative Islamists opposed to women's education stage a string of attacks across the country.
21 Feb 05
Afghanistan's leaders are ready to accept foreign assistance to rebuild
17 Feb 05
A growing litany of complaints from Azerbaijanis employed by international companies in Baku.

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