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· January, 2008

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from January, 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Human rights situation deteriorating

Kyrgyzstan: First MacCenter in Central Asia Opens

Kyrgyzstan: Revolution Committee Established

Kyrgyzstan: Seamstresses come out of the shadows

Kyrgyztsan: “I do not believe” campaign goes national

Kyrgyztsan: Economic Freedom Index

Kyrgyzstan: Human Rights Activist Arrested

Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz traditions are good for women

Russia: Xenophobia Blogging

There seems to be more and more posts on xenophobia in the Russian blogosphere. Many are written by xenophobes, while some are written about them. Below are two recent examples...

Kyrgyzstan: Radiation Trains

Kyrgyzstan: Debates over President and Parliament

Edil Baisalov’s personal blog, one of the most visited blogs in Kyrgyzstan has not been updated since 4 December, 2007. The activeness of his blog went down after he was...

Kyrgyzstan: New deputies get cars and flats

Kyrgyzstan: The lives of sex workers in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan: Youth Activists Detained

Kyrgyzstan: Ancient Civilization Alleged Under Lake

Kyrgyzstan: President Bakiev Names Prime Minister

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