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22 Feb 05
New court expected to deter leaders from doing what they please in their own countries.
21 Feb 05
The former Iraqi president may have been reviled by the international community, but he won the admiration of millions of economic migrants.
21 Feb 05
Rebuilding schools may not be enough to stop children dropping out in order to earn enough to survive.
21 Feb 05
Foundations now being laid for the future appear to contain the seeds of a civil war.
21 Feb 05
US and UK politicians seek to deny the obvious strategic importance of oil underlying America's commitment to the Gulf.
21 Feb 05
Patience runs thin as older people see their benefits shrinking as salaries rise.
21 Feb 05
Only Osama bin Laden appears to stand in the way of Western recognition of the Taliban
21 Feb 05
Efforts are underway to warn Mayluu-Su residents of the dangers of venturing near a long-abandoned uranium mine.
21 Feb 05
The Gulf conflict may pose a long-term threat to the environment in Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia in general.
21 Feb 05
The Kazak authorities are believed to be involved in a series of illegal weapons sales

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