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the.iwpr
15 Feb 10
The number of Afghan refugees returning home following the over throw of the Taleban has surpassed all expectations.
the.iwpr
15 Feb 10
Successive government bans on poppy production have had little impact on a deadly industry that blights lives across the world.
the.iwpr
15 Feb 10
Religious fanatics and smugglers have over the years laid waste to Afghanistan's rich cultural heritage.
the.iwpr
3 May 06
Government sends in task force to sort out corrupt and inept universities.
the.iwpr
12 Feb 06
Tragic fire at special needs school raises wider concerns about lack of resources for disabled children.
the.iwpr
11 Dec 05
The official diagnosis is a run-of-the-mill illness, but doctors say it is pollution from Turkmenistan’s cotton industry that is making people sick.
the.iwpr
20 Nov 05
Poverty, drug abuse and prostitution appear to be encouraging the spread of HIV – but officials insist republic is free of the virus.
the.iwpr
20 Nov 05
Rumours that many people wish to convert in order to join pilgrimage to the Vatican - and then leave the country - lead to a block on new baptisms.
the.iwpr
20 Nov 05
Everyone’s reading it, but only because studying the president’s book is compulsory for pre-school kids and surgeons alike.
the.iwpr
20 Nov 05
Has Moscow allowed the Turkmen president to strip ethnic Russians of their rights for the price of a gas contract?

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