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Kyrgyzstan: No Man's Land

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Ethnic Uzbeks in Osh fear losing their homes and land whether to vigilante posses or legal maneuvers. by Temir Akmatov 13 January 2011 OSH, Kyrgyzstan | Early in November hundreds of Kyrgyz...

Balkans: Permanent Impermanence

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After 10 years, many Romani refugees from the Kosovo conflict can neither return to their old homes nor build new ones abroad. by Michael J. Jordan and Shejla Fidani SHUTO ORIZARI, Macedonia, and...

Kyrgyzstan: Leaving Home to Go Home

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Kyrgyzstan's ethnic Russians, isolated and increasingly powerless, are heading to the Motherland in droves. by Hamid Toursunov 25 March 2010 OSH, Kyrgyzstan | Natasha Antonova was born 37 years...

Georgia/Russian Federation: The Aftermath

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by Donald Rayfield Both sides are guilty of lies and miscalculations, but a mix of vision and realism could still help stabilize the region. The Georgia-Russia war of 8-12 August 2008 has left a...

Georgia: A rude welcome

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by Molly Corso Georgian villagers are slowly returning home in the wake of the Russian army's withdrawal from checkpoints in the so-called "buffer zone" outside breakaway South Ossetia. While most...

Georgia: 'Where Will We Go?'

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by Leah Kohlenberg For many refugees of the Caucasus war, homelessness is an all-too-familiar story. TBILISI - Hunched over a makeshift ironing board crafted from a school teacher's desk,...

Georgia: Back to life

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by Liza Valieva Residents of the war zone emerge from their hiding places and start to rebuild. [Nearly two weeks after fighting broke out between Georgia and Russia over South Ossetia, journalist...

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