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Roman Kozhevnikov

Central Asian migrants feel the pain of Russia's economic downturn

Dec 02 2014

DUSHANBE/BISHKEK Vali Salimov quit his job at a Moscow supermarket last month after his salary was halved, and returned home to Tajikistan another migrant victim of Russia's economic downturn whose family livelihood now looks precarious.

Central Asian migrants feel the pain of Russia's economic downturn

Dec 02 2014

DUSHANBE/BISHKEK Vali Salimov quit his job at a Moscow supermarket last month after his salary was halved, and returned home to Tajikistan another migrant victim of Russia's economic downturn whose family livelihood now looks precarious.

Two killed in border skirmish between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

Aug 26 2014

DUSHANBE/BISHKEK Two Tajiks were killed in a border shootout between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, the bloodiest clash so far this year on the frontier between the former Soviet neighbors, officials said on Tuesday.

Two killed in border skirmish between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

Aug 26 2014

DUSHANBE/BISHKEK Two Tajiks were killed in a border shootout between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, the bloodiest clash so far this year on the frontier between the former Soviet neighbours, officials said on Tuesday.

China calls on Russia, central Asia allies to tighten Internet controls

Apr 17 2014

DUSHANBE China on Thursday urged Russia and Central Asian partners in a six-nation security alliance to tighten control over the Internet and take other steps to prevent "external forces" from fomenting revolution in member states.

China calls on Russia, central Asia allies to tighten Internet controls

Apr 17 2014

DUSHANBE China on Thursday urged Russia and Central Asian partners in a six-nation security alliance to tighten control over the Internet and take other steps to prevent "external forces" from fomenting revolution in member states.

Tajik leader wins new term, faces challenge to ensure stability

Nov 07 2013

DUSHANBE Tajikistan's President Imomali Rakhmon has won a new seven-year term after his only serious rival was barred from running, but he faces a hard task ensuring stability in a volatile country that borders Afghanistan.

Tajik leader wins new term, faces challenge to ensure stability

Nov 07 2013

DUSHANBE Tajikistan's President Imomali Rakhmon has won a new seven-year term after his only serious rival was barred from running, but he faces a hard task ensuring stability in a volatile country that borders Afghanistan.

Tajik leader wins new term, faces challenge to ensure stability

Nov 07 2013

DUSHANBE Tajikistan's president, Imomali Rakhmon, has won a new seven-year term after his only serious rival was barred from running, but he faces a challenge to ensure stability in a volatile country that borders Afghanistan.

Tajik leader extending long rule in volatile region

Nov 06 2013

DUSHANBE Tajik President Imomali Rakhmon, his only serious rival disqualified, headed for re-election on Wednesday in a Central Asian country beset by poverty and facing security threats from neighbouring Afghanistan.

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