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· March, 2008

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from March, 2008

Kyrgyzstan: Rumors Around President

Kyrgyzstan: President's Missing

Kyrgyzstan: LBGT community video answer to Russian Orthodox Church´s homophobic comments.

The videocast created by the LBGT community's Labrys organization in Kyrgyzstan in response to homophobic Russian Orthodox Church's statements and which was viewed more than 409 times within the first...

Kyrgyzstan: Fed up with protests?

Kyrgyz bloggers have been actively elaborating on the Kyrgyz government's initiative to make March 24 – the day of popular uprising in 2005 – a national holiday. The amendment was...

Kyrgyzstan: Youth Is Flashmobbing in Protest

Kyrgyzstan: Alternative Trials Indicate General Disappointment

Kyrgyzstan: Maternal Leaves Extended

Kyrgyzstan: Ban on alcohol and tobacco advertising

Kyrgyzstan: LGBT and Allies Reactions to Russian Orthodox Church homophobic statements

Kyrgyzstan: Where the Tourists Are

Kyrgyzstan: Where the Brains Are

Kyrgyzstan: From Kant to Manchester

Kyrgyzstan: From Santamania to “Subbotnik”

During the last two weeks, the Kyrgyz blogosphere has come up with a bunch of interesting articles, funny and witty comments along with bright photos of Santa Claus First Winter...

Kyrgyzstan: Electrification of railroads

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