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Activists say that public awareness of humane treatment is growing.
Language and education could be key to improving relations.
Despite country's huge energy resources, many citizens rely on coal and firewood in wintertime.
Workshop looks at how to create and conduct effective journalism courses to international standards.
22 Nov 17
In surprise move, previously isolated state calls for tighter regional integration.
8 Sep 17
Landmark meeting indicates progress over trade and border issues.
15 Mar 17
Scope for change on foreign policy, but domestic reform may be mostly cosmetic.
7 Dec 16
Initial moves towards reform have not convinced observers that the new leader will end a quarter of a century of dictatorial rule.
25 Nov 16
Central Asians vie for ownership of a much-loved dish.
26 Sep 16
Eurasian grouping will include half of the world’s population when it expands next year.
8 Sep 16
How has the late leader left his country after 25 years of autocratic rule?
6 Sep 16
The late leader leaves a tainted legacy and no evident successor.
5 Sep 16
Looking back at images of life in the quarter-century since independence.
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