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17 Nov 05
Voter turnout in parts of the Shia south was as high as 80 per cent.
17 Nov 05
Religious body says election had no legitimacy, but many Sunnis seem ready to join subsequent political process.
17 Nov 05
Sunni groups may have achieved their aim of opting out of elections, but now they must decide whether it makes sense to boycott a constitutional process that will shape their future.
17 Nov 05
There should be millions of dinar coins in circulation, but a combination of inflation and public resistance means no one wants to use them.
17 Nov 05
Foreign workers are suspected of insurgent attacks but fear persecution if they return to their own country.
10 Nov 05
The Turkish authorities have captured, and may yet kill, the PKK leader. But the arrest may in fact inspire rather than defeat the movement for Kurdish rights in Turkey.
10 Nov 05
The Ocalan fiasco confirmed the continuing power of the ultra-nationalist "parastate" in Greece, and threatens the continuation of the government's modernising, pro-European policies.
10 Nov 05
The timing of the Milosevic indictment was indeed calculated -- to head off any diplomatic deals that might try to undermine the work of the Tribunal.
10 Nov 05
On September 14, Chief Prosecutor Louise Arbour departs the Tribunal, leaving it a significantly different place from how it was when she arrived there on October 1, 1996.
10 Nov 05
The arrest of a leading Islamic terrorist in possession of a Bosnian passport is creating further woes for Alija Izetbegovic, the Muslim member of Bosnia's joint presidency.

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