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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.
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30 Oct 14
Rights groups insist that international pressure is the only hope of moderating regimes’ brutal behaviour, and that now would be a good time to apply it.
19 Sep 14
Membership of economic grouping risks distancing Kyrgyzstan from some of its near neighbours.
15 Sep 14
Plans to fill trade gap left by ban on European foodstuffs may not be achievable.
3 Sep 14
Conciliatory gestures unlikely to lead to swift improvement in relations.
12 Jul 14
Kyrgyzstan's growing ties with Moscow give it added clout in region but could prove a liability.
13 Jun 14
For most, Islam is a uniting force in an alien society, though some experts warn of Islamic radicalisation risk.
28 Feb 14
Authorities fail to treat or even isolate sufferers.
28 Feb 14
Recent death in detention highlights routine use of torture against suspects.
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