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Activists call for government to take further action during crisis period.
Political and economic dependence means that Nur-Sultan has been reluctant to condemn ongoing persecution.
Although youngsters are having sex, they are clueless about protecting themselves from unwanted pregnancies or disease.
US praises Nur-Saltan as “global leader” in repatriating former fighters and their families.
Women who fight back often end up serving stiff prison sentences.
3 May 13
Concerns that hate speech laws are being used to silence anti-corruption campaigner and other government critics.
2 May 13
Court hears that they hid evidence to protect the younger Tsarnaev brother.
26 Apr 13
Membership of former Soviet bloc is as much about political alliances as about economics.
29 Mar 13
Decision to reinstate students expelled for posting dance video suggests a new willingness to listen.
20 Mar 13
Activists hope campaign will prompt wider action on women's rights.
7 Mar 13
Opponents say measures being proposed would favour main trade union federation.
28 Feb 13
London event highlights use of criminal law to punish dissent.
8 Feb 13
Continuing persecution backed by raft of retrograde laws.
30 Jan 13
Struggling to support families, they believe their husbands were made scapegoats for 2011 bloodshed.
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