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· October, 2008

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from October, 2008

Georgia: McCain Endorsement

Kazakhstan: Blocked Bloggers Discuss Economics

Although LiveJournal, the major blog platform on the post-Soviet space, including Kazakhstan, is still not accessible through the national telecom monopolist Kazakhtelecom, Internet enthusiasts find their way to express their...

Armenia: Welcome To Georgia

Afghanistan: Nuristan, in Pictures

We've had enough doom and gloom in Afghanistan for a while, yes? So here's a pretty picture of Aranas village in Waygal district of Nuristan.

Mongolia: A Deal to Sell Uranium to India?

Uzbekistan: Karimov Comes to Town

Kyrgyzstan: Boucher Schmoozing

Afghanistan: President's Family Accused of Abuse of Power

Armenia: Madrid Principles

Azerbaijan: Life as an OSCE Election Observer

Armenia: Independent Inquiry

Caucasus: U.S. Presidential Election Preferences

Caucasus: New Media Blog

Azerbaijan: Idaho of the Caucasus

Afghanistan: Sayed Pervez Kambakhsh's Sentence Commuted to 20 Years

At least it's not death: An Afghan appeals court overturned a death sentence Tuesday for a journalism student accused of blasphemy for asking questions in class about women's rights under...

Russia, Georgia: Report Says Stan Storimans Was Killed by Cluster Bomb

Tajikistan: Investments into healthcare are equal to Ones of Sierra Leone

Tajikistan: Beautiful autumn and muddy water

Kyrgyzstan: Earthquake

Afghanistan: Portrait of a Female Politician

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