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Tensions will continue until the leaders of both countries find political will to resolve the issue.
Huge swathes of farmland wiped out by high rainfall and snowmelt.
Mountain ranges now a safe haven for militant groups.
Poor infrastructure means that more and more territory is being swallowed up.
How a local council is aiming to solve territorial disputes.
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.
30 Apr 10
IWPR contributors try to find get to the bottom of why, every time Kyrgyzstan goes through political turbulence, there is a rush to claim pieces of land in and around the capital Bishkek.
10 Apr 09
Kamari Ahrorzoda reports from the Tajik village of Hojai Alo, where residents say they are denied access to water and pasture lands.</p><p>
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