Stories about Central Asia & Caucasus from October, 2023
If the allegations are true, this represents a new phase in the participation of Tajik nationals in the war in Ukraine.
Public transportation become a place where transphobic stares, harassment and threats of violence are rampant.
In her address to parliament during the impeachment session, Zurabishvili denied violating the constitution, and stated that the vote would harm Georgia’s "European future."
The poet, activist and leader of the Yakut punk band Crispy Newspaper Aikhal Ammosov regularly took to the streets with pickets and performances, painted graffiti and tried to hang anti-war banners in Russia.
Arashan sheep’s low number, impressive size, and the fast speed at which they grow has made them one of the most sought after commodities on the Central Asian animal market.
Places like Marneuli give peace a chance or at least illustrate that a narrative of peace is possible outside the conflict zone.
Turkmenistan’s succession is under close inspection by its neighboring countries, where political regimes have struggled with power transition.
"It is about the nostalgia of those people who lived in Crimea, visited Crimea, or only dreamed of visiting it."
Ahead of the 2024 Paris summer Olympics, the nation’s hopes for an Olympic gold medal, which Kyrgyzstan is yet to win, are placed on their shoulders.
His legacy endures, a reminder of the enduring spirit of artistic expression and the importance of protecting the freedom to create and perform.