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10 Apr 15
Authorities try to weed out people who might pose security threats from others returning from Syria.
30 Mar 15
It isn't so much the legislation as the way it is interpreted that favours offenders.
30 Mar 15
Suspects in cases of sexual violence against children can currently avoid trial if they reach an out-of-court settlement.
20 Mar 15
Chinese imports will become more expensive.
20 Mar 15
As Kyrgyz-Tajik border becomes subject to new customs rules, thriving trade in beef cattle could fall off.
16 Mar 15
With an election due this autumn, there is less pluralism around than might first appear.
4 Mar 15
Applications dealt with at new centre outside Moscow.
3 Mar 15
Authorities stepping up efforts to identify recruitment networks.
20 Feb 15
Police say they investigate cases and visit homes where children might be at risk.
Alexei Malashenko. (Photo: Carnegie Moscow Centre)
6 Feb 15
Syrian jihad won’t be replicated by returning combatants, but fundamentalist ideals are long-established in Central Asia and won’t go away, regional expert says.

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