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28 Dec 14
Some see thaw as “betrayal”, others as an opportunity to set conditions that Havana must meet.
ICC witnesses have told IWPR that they received threatening phone calls and text messages warning them about their participation in the trial of Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto and radio presenter Joshua Arap Sang. (Photo: Wim Cappelen, ICC-CPI)
IWPR contributors
28 Aug 13
International court moves to protect some of those who will testify against deputy president.
IWPR contributors
19 Nov 11
Video: Hardship, but hope too, among Azerbaijanis driven from their homes by 1990s war.
The remnants of a statue of Saddam Hussein, famously pulled down on April 9, 2003, have become one of Baghdad’s landmarks. The statue stood in Firdos square in front of the14 July mosque. Firdos square has served as one of the primary locations for protests over a plethora of issues in recent years. (Photo: Hazim al-Sharaa/IWPR)
IWPR contributors
15 Apr 11
Progress has been slow, with the country strill riven by social, economic and security problems.
IWPR contributors
9 Mar 11
Local forces raised without Kabul’s consent accused of abusing rather than protecting population.
Research at Amir Kabir Polytechnic on a satellite due to be launched by the end of 2012. (Photo: Mohammad Hassanzadeh, Fars News Agency)
IWPR contributors
28 Feb 11
Having mastered satellites, Tehran builds towards fully-fledged space programme.
Protesters stream down roads that will take them to Azadi Square in central Tehran. (Photo: Mianeh)
IWPR contributors
17 Feb 11
Video shows Iranians rallying in support of regime change in Egypt and at home.
Santa Claus walks the streets of Tehran. (Photo: Babak Borzouyeh, Mehr News Agency)
IWPR contributors
17 Dec 10
Christmas decorations enjoyed by more than just the Christian minority.
Khadijeh Azadpour, who won a gold medal in martial art wushu at the Asian Games in November. (Photo: Mehdi Marizad, Fars News Agency)
IWPR contributors
10 Dec 10
Female athletes shine at Asian games despite ayatollah anger back home.
The pomegranate features heavily in the poetry of Iran as well as its cuisine. (Photo: Mehdi Marizad, Fars News Agency)
IWPR contributors
8 Nov 10
Pomegranates have been central to Iranian life, cuisine and poetry for centuries.

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