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SyriaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
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A woman follows her fighter husband to live among strangers.
Women seize opportunity to debunk myths surrounding the conflict.
21 Feb 05
Powerful new broadcasting equipment will bring the power of television to areas that have never experienced it.
8 Dec 04
Ten years on, the violence in Chechnya has bred a wholly different kind of warfare.
14 Jul 04
Resettlement programme aimed at bolstering depressed border regions is gaining momentum.
7 Jul 04
After a turbulent first half-year as president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili shows no signs of slowing down.
18 Dec 03
The extraordinary career of the man who dominated Azerbaijan for more than 30 years.
19 Jul 03
A mysterious blood disease is taking its toll on Azerbaijani youngsters.
15 May 03
Two suicide attacks in three days indicate a shift in tactics by Chechen guerrillas.
1 May 03
Descendents of Caucasus emigres hoped to make new lives back in their ancestral lands, but many are giving up in disappointment
14 Mar 03
The annual pilgrimage to Mecca this February brought big money to some Dagestanis, and a lot of trouble to others.
28 Oct 02
The most frightening explanation of the Moscow terror siege is that the Chechen militants were acting on their own.
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