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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

11 Apr 99
An IWPR senior editor makes a personal connection amongst the tens of thousands of lost souls now being forced across the Kosovo-Albanian border.
11 Apr 99
Despite their poverty, ordinary Albanians have rushed to help their ethnic kin who have fled ethnic cleansing in Kosovo. The generosity of the common people is in stark contrast with official complacency.
11 Apr 99
NATO bombing has failed to force Slobodan Milosevic to back down and Serbian forces in Kosovo have dug in. Any NATO ground invasion must expect heavy casualties.
9 Apr 99
The humanitarian catastrophe may give the impression that the NATO air strikes are failing. But the campaign is already having an impact, and can ultimately succeed.
9 Apr 99
Tensions are rising in the Sandzak, a predominantly Muslim region within Serbia. Many Muslims fear that ethnic cleansing awaits them too, and are leaving. Those who remain are being asked to help finance the Yugoslav Army.
6 Apr 99
Kosovo Albanians in Skopje feel strangely at home: on the streets and in the cafes, everyone is there. But something is wrong, and many are still missing.
6 Apr 99
KLA leader Hashim Thaci heads a new Kosovo Albanian administration dominated by the guerrillas and other opposition to long-time Kosovar leader Ibrahim Rugova.
5 Apr 99
By Gjeraqina Tuhina, just returned from Kosovo (BCR No 16, 5-Apr-99)

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