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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.
8 Aug 18
Twenty specialists took part in classes run by regional and international trainers.
2 Aug 18
Minority are recognised by the state but face discrimination from ordinary citizens.
1 Aug 18
Ever-tighter links appear to be alarming some ordinary citizens.
6 Jul 18
Ten-day course equips young journalists with specialist tools.
7 Jun 18
Christians say that their cemeteries are being stripped bare by thieves.
24 May 18
The authorities appear to be weighing their response as to how best reign in dissent.
11 May 18
Nepotism and ethnic bias are hampering innovation.
20 Apr 18
Young women turn to desperate measures to escape domestic abuse.
4 Apr 18
Once-mighty intelligence agency weakened by a serious shake-up.
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