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· January, 2011

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from January, 2011

Video: Sports of the World and Games People Play

Sticks, ducks, carcasses, horses, raiding and dancing all have one thing in common: they are all elements used in some of the world's national sports. Today's videos show us a...

Turkmenistan: Iranian Turkmens Make Contact

Uzbekistan: Uzbek president's visit to Brussels condemned by civil society

Afghanistan: Journalist attacked with acid

Afghanistan: A journalist attacked with acid

Armenia: Not so spiritual remedies abroad

Armenia: A pointless conversation and environmental waste

Azerbaijan: Bloggers remember Hrant Dink four years on

Wednesday marked the fourth anniversary of the murder in Istanbul of Hrant Dink, the Turkish-Armenian journalist, editor, and human rights activist who advocated for reconciliation and friendship between nations, and...

Azerbaijan: Remembering Hrant Dink

Kazakhstan: President consolidates power

Afghanistan: Reassessing media as a peacebuilding opportunity

Tajikistan: The death of a newspaper

Tajikistan: A sliver of hope for economy

Afghanistan: Protest in Kabul against the Iranian government

Afghan protesters demonstrated on Thursday outside the Iranian embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan against the ill treatment of Afghan immigrants and refugees in Iran, and also against Iran's ongoing fuel blockade...

Armenia: Gay Russia

Christmas in Armenia and Georgia… and on Twitter

While Christmas was observed in the West on 25 December, other countries instead celebrated it earlier this week. In Armenia, however, it even became a trending topic on Twitter .

Georgia: Policeman fired after being identified on Facebook

After the excessive use of force by policemen to break up a demonstration in Tbilisi, Georgia, many Facebook users used the site to identify those responsible.

Armenia: Charity or Mismanagement?

Kazakhstan: Bloggers discuss religion

Because Kazakhstan does not have a clear religious policy, it has become the norm that everyone is entitled to his or her own perspective on faith. As it was twenty...

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