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21 Feb 05
Western Kazakstan’s oil wealth does not translate into cheap petrol for the locals.
21 Feb 05
Tashkent government failing to deliver on pledge to help amnestied prisoners.
21 Feb 05
Life below the poverty line means a diagnosis of tuberculosis is a death sentence for many Tajiks.
21 Feb 05
New right-wing premier is struggling with the same controversy that he used to undermine his moderate predecessor.
21 Feb 05
Ultra-nationalist resurgence in recent elections sparks wave of attacks on non-Serbs in multi-ethnic province.
21 Feb 05
This year’s election politics are just one more obstacle on the bumpy path towards European membership.
21 Feb 05
The advent of political freedom in Kosovo has not freed women from the widespread notion that serious education is men’s business.
21 Feb 05
Brussels is winning its battle to force republic to stay with Serbia.
21 Feb 05
The famously multi-ethnic character of the capital has radically changed since the end of the war – and not everyone is happy about it.
21 Feb 05
Brussels is preparing for its largest-ever military venture.

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