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Global Voices

8 Mar 10
Activists say more should be done to preserve historic structures in remote valley.
15 Feb 10
The difficulties of working as an independent journalist in the Russian Caucasus.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
A year after Georgian prime minister's mysterious death, the official explanation for the cause continues to be questioned.
15 Feb 10
The residents of the unrecognised republic live in daily fear of new conflict with Georgia.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Kosovo talks and Russian support bolster the claims of breakaway Abkhazia.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Moscow and Tbilisi in war of words over South Ossetia, visas and the gas pipeline.
Special Report
15 Feb 10
Allegations of widespread abuse of Chechens held in Russian prisons, and claims that many were convicted on false charges.
11 Feb 10
IWPR advises Georgian journalists on setting up their own trade union.
10 Feb 10
The Russian language is vanishing in Azerbaijan as the community dwindles.
5 Feb 10
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