Institute for War and Peace Reporting | Giving Voice, Driving Change

16 Sep 15

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25 Aug 15

Afghanistan's Working Children

They should be in school but family hardship forces them to spend their days earning money.
Nine-year-old Breshna chased after cars in the middle of a Kabul street, offering hats for sale.

Mladic Away at Wedding During Srebrenica Killings

Court hears that defendant was at a marriage celebration in Belgrade in the days after his troops overran the enclave.
Two witnesses have told the Hague tribunal that Bosnian Serb army chief Ratko Mladic was best man at their wedding, at a time coinciding with the Srebrenica massacre.

Encouraging Investigative Journalism in Kyrgyzstan

Workshops introduce participants from across the country to essential practical skills
“People today need more than just news,” investigative journalist Oleg Khomenok said. “Sooner or later, people begin to think about where their tax money goes and how well the authorities manage this money."

18 Aug 15

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4 Aug 15

High-Profile Trials in Azerbaijan

Courts concern themselves with charges of financial wrongdoing, and ignore the blindingly obvious offence of criticising the government.
As the trial of Leyla and Arif Yunus opened, the courtroom was packed to bursting and hundreds of people were left outside.

28 Jul 15

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