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The Kunar river winds 1,000 miles across Afghanistan. (Photo: John Cantlie/Getty Images)
19 Apr 18
Huge swathes of farmland wiped out by high rainfall and snowmelt.
The precious natural resource is being exploited by armed groups. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
26 Mar 18
Mountain ranges now a safe haven for militant groups.
Amu Darya river. (Photo: Staff Sgt. Bradley Lail/Air Force Photo)
23 Jan 18
Poor infrastructure means that more and more territory is being swallowed up.
Construction site on Hass mountain. (Photo: Reem al-Issa)
25 Oct 17
How a local council is aiming to solve territorial disputes.
A wheat field and olive grove in Kfar Nabel. (Photo: Hadia Mansour)
11 Oct 16
Farming has been devastated by the ongoing conflict.
People gathering for the protest near Respublika Square in Almaty on May 21. (Photo: Andrei Grishin)
26 May 16
Protestors and journalists arrested after public anger at farmland reforms.
Georgian special forces officer patrolling the Georgian border with South Ossetia. (Photo: Goga Aptsiauri)
12 May 16
People cut off by the de facto border still want to visit cemeteries on the other side.
On the road located at the disputable border section at Chalasart in Ferghana valley. (Photo: Hulkar Isamova)
24 Mar 16
Analysts say that power play is motivated by competition over energy resources.
The Sarsang reservoir lies inside Nagorny Karabakh and is controlled by Armenia. (Photo: Norayr Chilingarian/Flickr)
22 Feb 16
Yerevan accuses the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe of taking a pro-Baku stance.
Chief Justice Willy Mutunga announcing the establishment of a special division of Kenya’s High Court to address crimes against humanity, drug trafficking, and trafficking in humans and body-parts, Nov 2012. (Photo: IWPR)
10 Jan 13
Proposals for an international division of Kenyan high court are widely welcomed, though experts say securing justice for past election violence remains a challenge.

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