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From April 28, skirmishes between civilians on either side rapidly escalated into heavy exchanges of fire between the two countries' militaries. Occasional clashes occur…
Vaccination, procurement and limited local production are in train but face many systemic obstacles. One state, Turkmenistan, claims it has never had a COVID-19 case…
The decision to hold the election on October 11, a month earlier than scheduled, may be intended to pre-empt employment and energy problems, both likely to worsen before year-end.
TAJIKISTAN: Stability not assured as Rahmon stays on
Health emergency responses in Central Asia.
Possible Uzbek membership of the Eurasian Economic Union.
Like Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan took timely action when evidence of COVID-19 emerged. Their governments' claim of effective management may prove justified but…
Patrushev was referring to recent fighting in the eastern Nangarhar province which seriously damaged IS as a fighting force. The Taliban say it was they, not Afghan…
TAJIKISTAN: Government hopes bond will fund dam