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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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22 Jan 21
Remittances from those working abroad make up a key part of the country’s economy.
22 Jan 21
The devastating effect of decades of neglect and corruption have been exacerbated by conflict.
A road cutting through the village of Shurnukh that divides the area into sides controlled by Armenia and Azerbaijan. (Photo: Armenia's Ombudsman's Official FB Page)
20 Jan 21
Some villages have been divided in two by new boundaries.
The Stepanakert-Sarushen road, guarded by Armenian soldiers. (Photo: Vaghinak Ghazaryan)
Photo Essay
18 Jan 21
Many villages have become border settlements, with no buffer zone.
Members of the precinct election commission in Nur-Sultan are counting ballot papers during parliament elections held in Kazakstan at 10th January. (Photo: CABAR/IWPR)
18 Jan 21
President’s party wins again as pressure grows on independent observers and opposition forces.
The ruins of Tigranakert, an ancient Armenian city now located within the disputed Nagorny-Karabakh region. (Photo: Official Website of Tigranakert)
18 Jan 21
Officials warn that historic sites in areas under Baku’s control risk damage.
A russian peacekeepers' convoy rolls through the streets of Stepanakert. (Photo: Arshaluis Mghdesyan)
17 Jan 21
While their visible presence is reassuring, questions still remain over longer-term solutions.
Armenians come out to protest for the return of their sons and ask the countries of the OSCE Minsk Group to pressure Azerbaijan. (Photo: Arshaluys Mghdesyan)
16 Jan 21
Families of detainees demand answers about the fate of loved ones.
14 Jan 21
Exiled opposition leaders call for international support in their fight for democracy.
Sadyr Zhaparov, Kyrgyzstan's new president. (Photo: Sadyr Zhaparov's Facebook page)
14 Jan 21
Critics fear this may cost Kyrgyzstan and its people dearly.

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