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Analysts say authorities have failed to design a coherent counter-terrorism policy.
NGOs warn that forcing Somalis to return home would contravene international law.
Despite talk of a mass walk-out, African Union members are not united in opposing the international court, experts say.
Government is under obligation to arrest suspect wanted for bribing witnesses, they say.
Judges unseal arrest warrant for journalist accused of influencing witnesses in case against deputy president.
30 Apr 12
Widespread concerns that under-resourced local government and police are not doing enough on child protection.
8 Sep 10
Kampala bombing raises questions about wisdom of sending Ugandan troops to keep peace in Somalia.
24 Nov 09
Few believe assurances that fraud and incompetence are being tackled.
14 Jul 08
They hope their backing for Baghdad will help stabilise the country and curb Tehran.
9 Jun 07
Overpriced housing and expensive mortgages could drive home-buyers out of the market, causing a major slowdown if not collapse of the real-estate sector.
24 Mar 06
Being put on a par with Africa’s poorest countries is seen as an affront by many in Kyrgyzstan, but the government may have no other way of managing its debt problems.
9 Mar 06
Human rights conditions in Iraq remains dire, says Amnesty International report.
20 Nov 05
Pro-presidential party remains an administrative tool for President Rahmonov rather than a strong ideological voice.
20 Nov 05
Official claims that Business Bank was liquidated for violating laws are being challenged.
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