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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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8 Sep 00
With only 16 days to go, the Milosevic bandwagon rolls ever closer to the inevitable election victory fanfare.
5 Sep 00
Romania has in recent years become a transit centre for clandestine immigration to the European Union
1 Sep 00
Moscow continues to regard Kabardino-Balkaria as a potential breeding-ground for Islamic extremists
18 Aug 00
Opposition politicians in Yerevan claim plans to privatise the nation's electricity suppliers have been deliberately biased towards the West.
11 Aug 00
North Caucasus leaders pledge to fight for the rights of an ethnic group faced with extinction
11 Aug 00
Heidar Aliev's regime looks set to score a resounding victory in Azerbaijan's forthcoming local elections
14 Jul 00
Yerevan sociologists say government unemployment figures are concealing the true scale of a problem which is showing little sign of improving
14 Jul 00
Whilst waging a bitter campaign in Chechnya, President Vladimir Putin is fighting rearguard actions against the Russian oligarchs and the regional governors. Perhaps he has bitten off more than he can chew.
14 Jul 00
Yugoslavs were this week disappointed to learn that an internet news site report on the death of President Slobodan Milosevic was a hacker's prank
7 Jul 00
The booming traffic in illegal immigrants through Bosnia could scupper the nation's chances of European integration

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