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Inga Sikorskaya

Inga Sikorskaya

Inga Sikorskaya joined IWPR in 2006 for the launch of News Briefing Central Asia, and is now senior editor for Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. She leads IWPR’s reporting from these closed authoritarian states, and manages relationships with reporters and civil society activists there. A career journalist, Inga worked as a TV and radio reporter, freelance journalist and media consultant before coming to IWPR.

Stories by the author

Dovlet Ovezov, Inga Sikorskaya
10 Sep 10
Authorities remain unrelentingly suspicious of religious practice.
Dina Tokbaeva, Inga Sikorskaya
7 Jul 10
IWPR journalists said to have raised awareness about threat posed by disease in the region.
Dina Tokbaeva, Inga Sikorskaya
7 Jul 10
IWPR journalists said to have raised awareness about threat posed by disease in the region.
Armed men roam the streets of Osh as a pall of smoke settles over the city. (Photo: Inga Sikorskaya)
Inga Sikorskaya
29 Jun 10
IWPR editor describes four days of violence and chaos in southern city.
This car proclaims its owner’s Kyrgyz identity on the streets of Osh. (Photo: Inga Sikorskaya)
Inga Sikorskaya
22 Jun 10
Grassroots “peacekeepers” needed to rebuild trust between Kyrgyz and Uzbeks.
 Osh, scene of worst bloodshed in Kyrgyzstan for 20 years.  (Photo by Christian Gawron http://go.iwpr.info/osh)
Beksultan Sadyrkulov, Asyl Osmonalieva, Isomidin Ahmedjanov, Inga Sikorskaya
21 Jun 10
Minor fistfight erupts into worst bloodshed seen in two decades.
Inga Sikorskaya
4 May 10
Turkmenistan's chances of exporting to Europe without going through Russia look slimmer.
Inga Sikorskaya
4 May 10
Leading expert says government fails to make basic facts public.
Daulet Kanagatuly, Inga Sikorskaya, Dina Tokbaeva, Lola Olimova
30 Mar 10
Attempts to forge region-wide consensus undermined by continuing mistrust. By Daulet Kanagatuly in Almaty, Inga Sikorskaya and Dina Tokbaeva in Bishkek, and Lola Olimova in Dushanbe

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