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· June, 2012

Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from June, 2012

Mouth-watering Recipes and Pictures from Turkmen Cuisine

Tajikistan: Is There ‘National Unity’ in the Country?

Tajikistan: The Role of Intellectuals in Running a Country

Armenia: Intolerant Society

Georgia: Men Can Wash Their Own Feet

Armenia: Online Petition to Support LGBT Rights

Kyrgyzstan: Incident in Batken Highlights Cross-border Ethnic Tensions

Afghanistan: More Girls Poisoned for Attending School

Armenia: A Slow Descent Into Fascism?

Tajikistan: Dushanbe Zoo, from Different Angles

Tajikistan: Blogger Translates Mobile Games into Tajik

Nagorno Karabakh: Opposition Presidential Candidate Interviewed

Tajikistan: The Lost Meaning of National Reconciliation Day

Sharing Photos of the Afghanistan You Never See

Most media covering developments in Afghanistan carry terrifying images. Through their lens, Afghanistan is presented as a country drowning in the waves of violence and militancy. A number of photographers...

Georgia: Bloggers Against Homophobia

Azerbaijan: British Embassy Awards 4,000th Facebook Page Member

Azerbaijan: Musical Talent on YouTube

Armenia: Army Doctors Beaten In Oligarch's Restaurant

Armenia: Bloggers Criticize Public TV Eurovision Coverage

Forced to reluctantly broadcast the final of this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Azerbaijan, Armenia's Public TV used the occasion to continue the ongoing information and propaganda war against its...

Caucasus: Photo Reports by a Belarusian Blogger

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