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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.
11 Apr 00
Early results from last weekend's local elections point to the most significant breakthrough in Bosnian politics since the signing of the Dayton peace accord in 1995.
7 Apr 00
Nationalist bullies intimidate voters in the run-up to this weekend's municipal elections
16 Jul 99
Belgrade maintains is firm grip on information within Serbia, shutting down independent media and pumping out such propaganda even Seselj has complained.
23 Jun 99
The Serbs must be invited to "share the risks of building a future democracy" in Kosovo, says the province's top independent journalist, Veton Surroi. (BCR No 50, 23-Jun-99)
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