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More than 1,000 families returned to Kazakstan in the first six months of this year.
Tensions will continue until the leaders of both countries find political will to resolve the issue.
Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
18 Jul 19
Experts say that the government is failing to develop what could be a rich and profitable sector.
11 Jul 19
Central Asian journalists learn new skills in cross-regional training.
2 Jul 19
Learning from shared experiences and gaining new contacts will boost their work back home.
15 Jun 19
Human rights observer warns that the authorities ignore the demonstrators at their peril.
13 Jun 19
Language and education could be key to improving relations.
11 Jun 19
The authorities may not be able to ignore mass rallies which greeted presidential vote.
6 Jun 19
Previously-banned websites are unblocked, but experts still urge caution.
23 May 19
Questions asked over second outbreak of serious violence in six months.
3 May 19
Next exercise in regional cooperation rolled out in Almaty training.
3 May 19
IWPR Central Asia programme manager Abakhon Sultonnazarov assesses the state of press freedom in each country.
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