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COVID-19: 'Virus-Free' Turkmenistan Halts Trains Amid Concerns.

A roundup of COVID-19 developments in RFE/RL's broadcast regions.

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Seven Tajik Men Get Prison Terms Over Deadly November Attack On Border Post.

A court in Dushanbe has sentenced seven Tajik citizens to prison for a deadly attack on a post along the Tajik-Uzbek border in November.

Tajik Prosecutor-General Rejects Austria's Move To Invalidate Extradition Of Tajik Activist.

Tajikistan says an Austrian court's decision to invalidate the extradition of a Tajik asylum seeker who has already been sent home is "not valid."

Tajik Court Suspends Activities Of Independent Pollster Citing Violations Of Group's Charter.

A court in Dushanbe has suspended the operations of one of the few remaining independent pollsters in Tajikistan, the Zerkalo (Mirror) Center For Social Studies.

Austria's Supreme Court Invalidates Extradition Of Tajik Activist.

The Supreme Court of Austria has invalidated an extradition order for Tajik opposition activist Hizbullo Shovalizoda, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison on extremism charges his supporters reject after his arrival to Dushanbe from Vienna earl...

World Nomad Games Moved To 2021 Due To Pandemic

Turkish authorities have moved the Fourth World Nomad Games to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19: Turkish Embassy Official Dies Of Pneumonia In 'Coronavirus-Free' Turkmenistan.

Here's a roundup of COVID-19 developments in RFE/RL's broadcast regions.

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Tajik Prosecutors Summon Journalist’s Family After His Coverage Of Coronavirus.

The Prosecutor-General’s Office in Tajikistan has summoned for questioning close relatives of an independent journalist who has led critical coverage of the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, in a sign of the increased efforts by a...

UN: COVID-19 Setting Back AIDS Fight Amid 'Staggering' Surge in East European, Central Asian Infections.

The United Nations says the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting treament for many and jeopardizing years of progress in the battle against HIV/AIDS, a stark warning for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, which together have seen "a staggering" increa...

Uzbek, Tajik Migrant Workers Stranded In Kazakhstan.

Almost 2,000 Tajik and Uzbek citizens are stranded in Kazakhstan’s southern region of Turkistan because they are unable to travel back home due to restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Uzbek, Tajik Migrant Workers Stranded In Kazakhstan.

SARYAGHASH, Kazakhstan -- Almost 2,000 Tajik and Uzbek citizens are stranded in Kazakhstan’s southern region of Turkistan because they are unable to travel back home due to restrictions imposed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.The majority of th...

U.S. Seizes Shipment Of Human Hair Products Believed Made In Chinese Detention Camps

U.S. customs officials have seized a shipment of products made from human hair believed to have been produced by Muslims held in labor camps in the China’s western Xinjiang province.

Rights Groups Urge Tajik Leader To Reject Amendments On 'Fake' News.

Rights activists and media watchdogs have urged Tajik President Emomali Rahmon to reject proposed legal amendments that they say threaten freedom of speech in the Central Asian nation.

Kazakhstan Plans Reimposing Lockdown Amid Surge In Coronavirus Cases.

Kazakhstan's government has presented a plan to reintroduce lockdown measures to stem the spread of the coronavirus after a sharp rise in infections.

COVID-19: Spike In Central Asia Prompts Renewed Restrictions.

Here's a roundup of COVID-19 developments in RFE/RL's broadcast regions.

Report: China's Birth Control Policy On Uyghur Women May Amount To 'Genocide'.

China is forcing women to be sterilized or use contraceptive devices in an attempt to limit the population of Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim minority groups in the western Xinjiang region, according to new research published on June 29.

Tajikistan's Official Coronavirus Stats Don't Reflect Reality, RFE/RL Investigation Finds.

An investigation by RFE/RL indicates that Tajikistan's official death toll from COVID-19 doesn't reflect the reality and is significantly lower than the data published by local activists.

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Tajik Islamic State Recruiter Reportedly 'Goes Missing' From Syrian Prison.

A notorious Islamic State recruiter who has been linked to terrorist attacks in Sweden, Russia, and Tajikistan, has gone missing from a prison in northern Syria, according to people with knowledge of his detention.

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