CAR Issue 8 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

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CAR Issue 8

IWPR
26 Jan 09
A group of young people suddenly gathers in a nondescript part of town, scanning the ground and walls for some invisible sign.
IWPR
26 Jan 09
Hundreds of people die annually on the Bishkek-Osh highway, the main artery connecting the north and south of Kyrgyzstan.
IWPR
26 Jan 09
The town of Batken in the south of Kyrgyzstan found itself without fresh drinking water when the mains supply burst.
IWPR
23 Jan 09
In Soviet times, Tajikistan used to be famous for its ballet troupe, but now those dancers who have not emigrated are fighting an uphill battle to maintain standards.
IWPR
23 Jan 09
In a report on the northern region of Soghd, Kamari Ahrorzoda asked just how bad a year 2008 was for residents of an area that used to be Tajikistan’s economic powerhouse.
IWPR
23 Jan 09
The Supreme Court of Tajikistan has outlawed the Salafi movement, a fundamentalist strand of Islam that is growing in popularity among young people in urban areas of Tajikistan.