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The country's old president and new premier is the main focus of the country's biggest protests in at least two decades.
A seagull appearing on the 500 tenge note was claimed by a Swiss photographer, but officials have not acknowledged copyright infringement.
Tajikistan's people are renowned for hospitality, but their government isn't. Some locals joke the only ban left is a ban on banning things.
"Take that patriarchs! A woman scientist is saving lives while you make judgements on how to correctly collect dirty socks!"
"I wish I had seen this in real time. The speed those legs were pumping at, to reach the ball. AND ground it! Amazing! Bravo!"
Don't be surprised if it is covered in apostrophes.
Seasoned autocrat Nursultan Nazarbayev is finally participating in a competitive presidential election. (Just not in his own country).
"[Wikipedia] is free and public...It's senseless to demand editing from a source that can be edited by anyone."
"The problems of Saburtalo – chaotic construction, urban transport and lack of green cover – are the problems of the city as a whole."
"The sensation is in the goodwill of the Uzbek leader. Mirziyoyev is so open, friendly, and well-wishing. It can only bring us delight."
A year has passed since despot Islam Karimov died, following 27 years in power. He left behind feuding relatives and a toxic regime.
Russia also moved to block the website and its popular 'Wayback Machine' two years ago.
"While the man toils towards the welfare of Kazakhstan, his policies are something that every prominent person can emulate."
"Everything turned rotten a long time ago. There is nothing left to save!"
"Maksadbek Alimov misses clear chance to pull one back for Alai at 39.43. Man behind me calls him a долбоёб."
The contest's Russian referee threatened Sharsheyev with deportation as he refused to leave the ring after the loss.
Tatyana Zelenskaya's powerful drawings tell the story of five kidnapped women, each with a very different destiny.
The build up to #Armvote17 showcased a sample of the online tactics favoured by modern-day vote manipulators.
Do Bishkek's trolleybuses have style? You bet they do!
"From Tuesday, Georgian nationals may visit Europe’s vast borderless Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180 day period."
A series of civil suits launched by the state prosecutor have seemingly targeted media for quoting the government's critics.