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7 Apr 15
More and more women join exodus in search of work and leave their children behind.
Umarali Quvvvatov (right) pictured in 2013 with his lawyer Nikolai NIkolaev. (Photo courtesy of N. Nikolaev)
IWPR contributor
16 Mar 15
Warnings that opposition leaders are also at “grave risk” of attack.
View of Khartoum, Sudan. (Photo:  Violetta Polese)
IWPR contributor, Simon Jennings
12 Jul 12
Protest participants “aware, angry and hungry”, but formal attempts at consolidate leadership fail to add momentum.
Presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta has held a series of public meetings amid anxiety over renewed tensions in Kenya. (Photo: U Kenyatta/Flickr)
IWPR contributor
24 May 12
Leading presidential candidates accused of incitement as government again tries to block international trials.
Graffiti saying "No sectarianism"on an anti-blast wall in Baquba, Diyala province, April 2012. (Photo: IWPR)
IWPR contributor
4 May 12
Officials suspect al-Qaeda-linked militants want to set Sunni and Shia Muslims at loggerheads.
Kenyan activists say investigators acting for ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo faced intimidation and obstruction in their efforts to secure evidence. (Photo: UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe)
IWPR contributor
12 Jan 12
Intimidation of investigators as well as witnesses blamed for shortage of evidence in some areas.
IWPR contributor
28 Dec 11
Eastern region records exponential growth in number of cases.
IWPR contributor
9 Dec 11
Police insist they will continue looking into alleged abuses despite concerns about lack of capacity and political will.
People arriving in South Sudan by bus as the mass population shift got under way last year. Picture from November 2010. (Photo: Tim Freccia/ENOUGH Project/Flickr)
IWPR contributor
8 Dec 11
People from the newly-independent state in the south suddenly find themselves foreigners in Sudan.
The ICC in The Hague: the Kenyan government is being accused of frustrating the court’s outreach efforts. (Photo: ICC/Flickr)
IWPR contributor
7 Dec 11
Some believe court must bolster activities on the ground to counter politicisation of cases.

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