In Depth
Global tensions rise in September
The past month has been bad for the world, with seven actual or potential conflict situations deteriorating.
Last Modified: 05 Oct 2010 11:36 GMT

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Potential conflict situations around the world have deteriorated and none have improved in September 2010, according to the latest issue of the International Crisis Group's monthly bulletin CrisisWatch, released on Tuesday.

According to the trends report, the situation in the following seven countries: Guinea, Sri Lanka, Kashmir, Burundi, North Caucasus (non-Chechnya), Ecuador and Mozambique have deteriorated.

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