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Women who fight back often end up serving stiff prison sentences.
Ground-breaking IWPR research shows how access to information is changing.
More than 1,000 families returned to Kazakstan in the first six months of this year.
Experts say that the government is failing to develop what could be a rich and profitable sector.
Human rights observer warns that the authorities ignore the demonstrators at their peril.
24 Sep 18
New law aims to increase state oversight on some religious minorities.
1 Aug 18
Ever-tighter links appear to be alarming some ordinary citizens.
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.
26 Oct 17
Tightened customs controls are leading to losses for Kyrgyz exporters.
2017 Women's Day
8 Mar 17
Men see taking extra and unofficial ‘wives’ as a sign of social prestige.
30 Nov 16
Human rights journalist in running for internationally recognised prize.
25 Nov 16
Central Asians vie for ownership of a much-loved dish.
17 Oct 16
Latest case highlights growing dangers to country's media scene.
29 Sep 16
Neighbour states are not finding their new trade relations easy going.
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