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A crowdsourcing project in Kazakhstan is offering medical treatment to victims of Chinese detention camps, but psychological scars will take longer to heal.
“I have one issue – and that issue is Xinjiang.”
Activists cheered the concession as a victory of people power.
The software was allegedly developed with help from Russia's security services.
The #FreeKhayrullo campaign did its job and the government backed down. Now fearless Mirsaidov says he will appeal the conviction.
Government critics argue that Kazakhstan has never had a frank debate about the legacy or lessons of its totalitarian past.
"We were on the cusp of civil confrontation!"
Protestors expressed long-held resentment toward Sargsyan, who has led Armenia through a period of economic stagnation and high-level corruption.
The competitions last for weeks, with each pigeon getting his or her own day to fly.
"If there are feminist campaigns, there should be jokes about feminist campaigns, otherwise it is discrimination against men."
"Uyat in Kazakhstan...can be creative and destructive. In the first instance, it is to educate children. In the latter, it is about harassment and aggression."
“This is my band...this is my arse. Tonight your arse is mine.”
“There are no fairytale weddings in my stories and no handsome prince. None of my characters are especially waiting for him, either.”
"Garegin Nzhdeh is one of the greatest heroes of the Armenian nation and monuments to him should be erected not only in Yerevan, but also in different parts of Armenia."
"We gave meat to everybody that passed, explaining that the food was from God."
"What I've seen during my lifetime is that most of the democracy and freedom fighters sold out in the end."
"We are far from getting there, but I see change," one Tbilisi resident commented.
"What we have shown is that government servers that process and handle the data of citizens of Kyrgyzstan … was hosting an election campaign website that was collating similar data."
"The language categories we are more or less stuck with are organized vertically by nation-state."
"This is certainly an issue to be solved by the church and clergymen, but there are certain people willing to politicize the issue."
"Arguments against the adoption of Latin are inherently grounded in imperial Russian or Soviet ideology."