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“I don’t think a person can change homeland from one day to the next.”
IWPR’s country director had book confiscated just because it was published in Armenia.
Local activist describes destruction in villages and indiscriminate killing.
Newspaper correspondent describes tense aftermath of violence in west Kazakstan oil town.
21 Apr 11
Measures taken by king helping manage discontent – but he has to do much more if he wants monarchy to survive.
18 Apr 11
President of Bahraini group says he will continue to campaign against torture and unfair imprisonment, despite intimidation by the security forces.
18 Apr 11
With ex-members of regime yet to be tried, an economy in trouble and a pervading sense of lawlessness, many Tunisians are voting with their feet.
13 Apr 11
The authorities appear to have become as adept as the activists in exploiting the likes of Facebook and Twitter.
12 Apr 11
The intelligence service infiltrates every aspect of the lives of foreign visitors and locals.
7 Apr 11
Former fighter recalls the brutally-suppressed rebellion against Saddam regime two decades ago.
6 Apr 11
More bloodshed as protesters insist resignation of the president must be central to any political deal.
4 Apr 11
Now in hiding, campaigner describes year of repeated questioning and threats by the secret police.
30 Mar 11
International community need to ensure that it protects non-combatants from violence by both sides in the conflict.
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