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A new generation is standing up for what they believe in - and they refuse to be intimidated.
The province is coming back to life after years of conflict.
Powerful gesture brings volunteers together to launch empowerment campaign.
Activists work to break down stereotypes and celebrate co-existence.
Grassroots efforts promote solidarity between members of different religions.
21 Feb 05
Students in Jalalabad say campus clampdown is a blow for democracy.
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.
9 Feb 05
President’s supporters appear unconcerned as two factions continue boycott in support of a referendum to oust him.
8 Dec 04
Ten years on, the violence in Chechnya has bred a wholly different kind of warfare.
6 Oct 04
Parliament begins to ponder president’s plan to send Armenians to Iraq.
6 Sep 04
Chechen warrior Shamil Basayev is a prime suspect in the Beslan attack. Rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov has condemned it, but is facing fury from the Russians.
14 Jul 04
Resettlement programme aimed at bolstering depressed border regions is gaining momentum.
7 Jul 04
After a turbulent first half-year as president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili shows no signs of slowing down.
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