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· October, 2011

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from October, 2011

Kyrgyzstan: There Is No Silence Day in Internet

Yesterday, October 29, was the so-called “Silence Day” in Kyrgyzstan, the last day before the presidential elections. At this day any political agitation is prohibited in the traditional media. But...

Global Voices Russian Partners With

We are pleased to announce partnership of Global Voices in Russian with, one of the most prominent citizen media platforms in Central Asia and about Central Asia, which has...

Tajikistan: Face-saving sentence for the journalists

Kyrgyzstan: Sec Council bid unsuccessful, but might spell future luck

Uzbekistan: Making some cash on pilgrims

Uzbekistan: The Unicorn Principle and Regional Strategy

Azerbaijan: Diplomatic triumph or trap?

Armenia: Earthquake in Turkey felt in Yerevan

On Sunday, the earthquake that struck Van, a city in South Eastern Turkey, was felt in Yerevan, the Armenian capital, and other parts of the small South Caucasus country. Onnik...

Armenia: Pizza Paradox

Azerbaijan: Twitter Diplomacy

Armenia: An Azerbaijani car in Yerevan

Armenia: Newfound Support for Domestic Violence Victims

Domestic violence has long been a taboo subject in Armenian circles. But when 20-year-old mother Zaruhi Petrosyan was brutally beaten to death by her husband and mother-in-law last October, the...

Armenia: Extreme Metal in the Caucasus

North Koreans in Mongolia Working Under Miserable Conditions

Azerbaijan: Twitter Action for Jabbar Savalan

Armenia: More military deaths

Azerbaijan: Culinary blogging

Afghanistan: Theater for Social Change

Azerbaijan: More Voices

Azerbaijan: Beautiful, Sophisticated, Democratic, and Tolerant… Just Scary Azeri

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