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· March, 2008

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from March, 2008

Uzbekistan: Presidential Daughter Establishes Think-Tank

Tajikistan: The murder of Russian journalist

Kazakhstan: Podcast Interview with Joanna Lillis

Kazakhstan: Olympic Torch Lands in Almaty

Afghanistan: Hazara People Want Justice

Armenia: Sevan Museum

Armenia: The Little Prince

Georgia: Opposition Ends Hunger Strike

Armenia: Opposition Protests Continue

Despite amendments to the law on public marches, rallies and demonstrations following the recently lifted state of emergency, the opposition continues to hold meetings on the streets of the Armenian...

Kazakhstan: Khabar TV Channel Fully Nationalized

Armenia: Eurovision Betting Odds

Armenia: Brandy Shootout

Tajikistan: Politicized Navruz

Navruz is one of the main celebrations for Tajiks. This time — more than ever — it means end of one of the harshest winter in several decades. People could...

Kazakhstan: “Alash”, a new magazine for young patriots

Turkmenistan: Fewer Large Families

Kazakhstan: Former Presidential Son-in-Law Named Plotter

Afghanistan: Aid Effectiveness in Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Nato Now Fires $150,000 a Round

Armenia: More Opposition Activists Detained

Armenia: New Parliamentary Election

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