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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.
13 Feb 11
After the euphoria of Mubarak's resignation, Egyptians discuss fundamental political and economic reforms.
11 Feb 11
Cairo-based IWPR staffer joins mass celebrations and reflects on what the future may hold.
11 Feb 11
Some want to accept Mukbarak's concessions, while others say they don't go far enough.
1 Oct 10
A personal story of how feuding over land rights can tear families apart.
13 Aug 10
An Iraqi journalist finds renewal on a pilgrimage as his country struggles on without a government.
29 Jun 10
IWPR editor describes four days of violence and chaos in southern city.
10 Jun 10
An Iraqi’s tale of an odyssey through war zones, trying to reach the West but ending up in Guantanamo.
7 Jun 10
Extortion racket feeds insurgency in volatile northern Iraqi city.
3 Jun 10
How attempt to challenge electricity bill led to trail through Azerbaijan’s bureaucratic maze.
10 Apr 10
US and European engagement with Syria hasn’t discouraged Syrian officials from continuing crack down on peaceful dissidents. By a human rights lawyer
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