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SyriaJournalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.
Five part series on conflict sensitive and ethical journalism.
Handbook uses real-life stories to illustrate common pitfalls.
Defying conservative customs to continue studying.
A woman follows her fighter husband to live among strangers.
Women seize opportunity to debunk myths surrounding the conflict.
20 Oct 00
The war in Chechnya has inspired new political sympathies between Russia and Israel - but President Putin is still wary of taking sides in the Middle East crisis
1 Sep 00
Moscow continues to regard Kabardino-Balkaria as a potential breeding-ground for Islamic extremists
11 Aug 00
North Caucasus leaders pledge to fight for the rights of an ethnic group faced with extinction
14 Jul 00
Whilst waging a bitter campaign in Chechnya, President Vladimir Putin is fighting rearguard actions against the Russian oligarchs and the regional governors. Perhaps he has bitten off more than he can chew.
7 Jul 00
The booming traffic in illegal immigrants through Bosnia could scupper the nation's chances of European integration
17 Mar 00
The Baku government's failure to improve social and economic conditions for women has forced many of them to turn to prostitution.
12 Nov 99
With the expected signing of a deal on Nagorno-Karabakh derailed by last month's carnage in the Armenian parliament, the Chechen crisis is even more certain to set the agenda for the OSCE summit next week.
28 Mar 98
Tribunal Update 69: Last Week in The Hague (23-28 March 1998)
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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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