Kamerton : Independent Student Newspaper Gives Young Central Asian Journalists Experience and a Voice
April 2005

Students studying journalism at Jalalabat State University in Kyrgyzstan are getting a rare chance for practical experience as they put out an independent, weekly newspaper they are managing, editing, writing and designing. The students say they named their newspaper Kamerton, which evokes the waves of sound from striking a tuning fork, because they wanted the concerns of young people to be heard.

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October 21, 2005

IREX Europe launches Media Development Programmes in Ukraine, Iraq, Macedonia and Russia

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IREX Condemns the Assassination of An-Nahar Publisher Gebran Tueni
December 13, 2005

IREX condemns the assassination of An-Nahar publisher Gebran Tueni and extends condolences to his family, his colleagues at An-Nahar, and to the people of Lebanon.

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2005 IREX Annual Highlights
December 2005

"We have taken the best practices and lessons gained from our experience in Europe and Eurasia to address the unique issues and challenges in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia."

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