Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from April, 2019
A recent survey found that 60.7% of respondents would emigrate if they were given opportunity.”
The government says it has revoked the license of a company planning to mine in the Issyk-Kul region that is a beloved tourism spot.
A podcast that examines identity and value systems is attracting young people in Kazakhstan.
Impoverished Shaki is a conservative place, but the town's talented girls' football team is emerging as a national powerhouse.
"He would throw me against the walls like a ball."
A disgraced school director, a local official and hospital staff have all come under fire over Elina Hajiyeva's tragic death.
The service whose growth in the country at one point felt almost accidental is now a mirror to a nation on the move.
Far more Azeris live in Iran than in Azerbaijan. When Armenia's PM visited Tehran earlier this year, they made their voices heard.
Human rights activists will have to fight Yasen Nikolayev’s act on purely legalistic grounds, arguing that regulating the local labor market in Yakutia is not actually required.