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'Truth' commission offers fresh hope for civil war victims
Jia Kangbai, 16 April 2003
Sierra Leone's Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) has begun a long battle to secure justice for victims of the country's bloody civil war.
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Pakistan porn crackdown a ''political stunt''
Ahmad Naeem Khan, 15 April 2003
The Pakistan government’s decision last week to block pornographic web sites is more a political stunt than an effort to purify society, experts say.
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Playing i-spy on North Iraq's closed border
Richard Powell, 13 April 2003
Café Kardelen is the only Internet café in Silopi - pronounced "sloppy" - Turkey's nearest town to the North Iraq border.
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Keralites shun US and UK goods in anti-war protest
Vel Priyadarshan, 12 April 2003
The Kerala Communist Party of India and other Marxist and left-oriented non-governmental organisations are urging citizens to boycott American and British goods in protest against coalition aggression against Iraq.
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Court intervention halts healthy cattle cull
Vel Priyadarshan, 10 April 2003
Forty-six cattle imported from Australia by the state governments of Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal have been saved from destruction by last-minute court intervention.
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Northern Iraq: The forgotten front
Richard Powell, 1 April 2003
With Turkey, the US and Kurdish forces fighting it out for oil and land in the North of Iraq, a humanitarian crisis is looming.
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Hungarians play unwitting hosts to war games
Dominic Hipkins, 12 February 2003
The deserted, snowy plains of Hungary make an unlikely testing ground for a war in the sandy deserts of the Middle-East.
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Balkan holocaust anniversary rears more than memories
Dominic Hipkins, 19 January 2003
A striking monument of a huge orchid stands in silent tribute on windswept fields where Balkan victims of the Holocaust fell six decades before.
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Prague could be next terror network target
Dominic Hipkins, 5 January 2003
New intelligence suggests the next terrorist target for the Al Qaeda network could be a European city visited by more than 300,000 British tourists every year.
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Criticism and praise for historic autopsy
Cristina Koppel, 21 November 2002
Professor Gunther von Hagens should be commended for the idea and courage to stage Britain's first public autopsy since the 1830s, but it was not carried out in the appropriate manner.
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