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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.
16 Sep 16
Regimes are jumping on an anti-incitement bandwagon to silence critics.
3 Aug 16
How one artist is trying to stir public debate through humour.
28 Jul 16
Government needs to tackle specific risks, not get distracted by conspiracy theories.
6 Jul 16
The plight of a female tiger has caught public attention and raised hopes for change.
26 May 16
Protestors and journalists arrested after public anger at farmland reforms.
9 May 16
Young creatives are pursuing a niche look, accessorised with iPhones and fuelled by chai lattes.
12 Apr 16
Mental health professionals report unprecedented surge of men seeking help.
11 Mar 16
Legislation reverses former Soviet model of state control over energy industry.
15 Feb 16
Experts warn that online access will be imperilled if new laws are put into effect.
18 Dec 15
Stigma and legal loopholes mean that many women suffer in silence.
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