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· September, 2010

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from September, 2010

28 September 2010

Hungary: AGRI Pipeline Project

Azerbaijan: Obama calls for bloggers’ release

Music: CD Brings together banned and censored musicians

Listen to the Banned is a music CD bringing together musicians who have been banned, censored or imprisoned due to their music. It features artists from Afghanistan, Cote D’Ivoire, Iran,...

24 September 2010

Armenia: Army forced to act after hazing video circulates online

A video depicting what appears to be evidence of bullying in the military stationed in Nagorno Karabakh, a disputed territory situated within Azerbaijan mainly populated by ethnic Armenians, continues to...

22 September 2010

Azerbaijan: Bloqosfer 2010

Bloqosfer 2010, an event bloggers in Azerbaijan had been looking forward to for about two months, was held on 10-12 September in the resort town of Nabran. Over 100 established...

21 September 2010

Afghanistan: Reviewing the Alternatives

Afghanistan: Guide to Afghan shortwave radio

Kazakhstan: Switzerland beaten in Davis Cup playoff

Afghanistan: Election 2010 Started

Despite all the security threats and anxiety, hundreds of Afghans lined up in every polling station all over the country to cast their ballots in Afghanistan's Wolesi Jirga Election 2010,...

20 September 2010

Armenia: Business as usual

16 September 2010

Azerbaijan: Bloggers to require registration?

Azerbaijan: As elections approach, social networking steps in

On 7 November, Azerbaijan will once again head to the polls to cast their ballots in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The pre-election campaign won't officially start until 23 days before...

14 September 2010

Azerbaijan: Back Home

13 September 2010

Azerbaijan: Freedom of expression a pressing concern

Afghanistan: Kabul Bank on the brink of collapse

Financial crisis is not a luxury reserved for rich countries. Kabul Bank in Afghanistan, which is part-owned by the brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, is on the edge of...

Caucasus: Expedition 206

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