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Defying bombs and prejudice alike to run a hospital.
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.
23 Aug 02
Many Albanians believe the Kosovo's judicial system is weighted against them.
20 Jun 02
Historic ties with Jerusalem and its environs give Armenians special reason to be worried about the worsening violence in the Middle East
30 May 02
Bosnian police sources claim a recent inquiry into the activities of a controversial aid worker reveal links with al-Qaeda leader.
1 Feb 02
With Heidar Aliev's visit to Moscow, Azerbaijan and Russia have buried more of their differences.
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For almost three years, while her home city of Mosul was under occupation by so-called Islamic State (IS), Tahani Salih kept a daily diary documenting their crimes.
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