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· July, 2011

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from July, 2011

Armenia: The Barber of Ashtarak

Kyrgyzstan: Government Bans News Websites from the Election Campaign

Ahead of the presidential elections to be held in Kyrgyzstan on 30 October, 2011, the Central Elections Committee (CEC) came out with a controversial decision, barring web-based news media from...

Armenia: Nationalist links alleged after Utøya attacks

Azerbaijan: Fascinated by Georgia

Tajikistan: Minors prohibited from visiting places of religious worship

Afghanistan: How aid ends up financing mansions in Dubai

Georgia: Diversity in motion

Eastern Europe: Dairy Farming in Fashion

Armenia: Uproar Over Head of Church's Remarks

Angered by remarks made by the the country's spiritual leader about the upkeep of churches and monasteries, some Armenians are using social networking sites such as Facebook to call for...

Armenia: Corruption

Azerbaijan: Release Jabbar Savalan Campaign

Tajikistan: The BBC reporter released

Kyrgyzstan: Library receives grant for catalogues and digitization

Afghanistan: Taliban killing civilians with IEDs

Afghanistan: Book offers diplomatic insights

Armenia: Impressions of Georgia

Azerbaijan: Culinary Competition

Turkmenistan: Israel's trip over geopolitics

Kazakhstan: WordPress banned because of two blogs

Uzbekistan: World-known brands to denounce child labor

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