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Thousands of refugees living in camps for over two decades are still without citizenship.
Political feud fuels dispute over murder of student who criticised the government.
Kuwait seeks 1.2 billion dollars in heated legal dispute with Iraqi Airways.
Thousands of followers of an ancient Sufi sect gathered for a traditional religious ceremony on April 30 in Barzinja, a small, mountainous village in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Campaigners say women in northern Iraq are underrepresented in leadership posts.
4 Nov 99
On the surface at least, constitutional order has been preserved in Armenia in the wake of the October 27 attack on the Yerevan parliament - but tensions with the military continue.
22 Oct 99
Meetings this month between the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan are raising expectations of a peace agreement over the disputed territory.
31 Jul 99
Tribunal Update 136: Last Week in The Hague (26-31 July, 1999)
18 Jun 99
The use of rape as a weapon of war was widespread in Kosovo. But the scale of the atrocities have been hidden by Albanian communities to hide their "shame" from the outside world.
15 Apr 99
About 110,000 refugees remain in Macedonia, and the hard questions begin: what will they do, where will they go, will they ever return? And will last week's promises of help ever materialise?
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.
18 Mar 99
As the Paris talks ended, both delegations did what had been expected of them. The question then turned to what, after weeks of threats, the West would do.
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