Life After IS: What Awaits Kazakhstanis upon Return Home?

The success of the operation to get Kazakhstanis back from combat zones of Syria can be determined many years afterwards, experts say.
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Tolerance in Tajikistan: Non-Muslims Complain, Authorities Do Not See Problems, Experts Talk About Threats

In Tajikistan, amid the killing of foreign tourists, believers of non-Islamic confessions speak of religious intolerance growth. However, the authorities deny this trend.
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24.05.19
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Why Did Dozens Die in Tajik Prison Riot?

Questions asked over second outbreak of serious violence in six months.

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23.05.19
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Return from Syria and Iraq. Kyrgyzstan Still ‘Works Over’ This Issue

Women and children are the highest priority, but their rehabilitation is not on the agenda. 

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What Do Children Returned from Iraq Need?

The Tajik authorities assert that the medical examination and treatment of children returned from Iraq continues, and further steps will be taken to implement programs for their return to families. However, the Tajik expert believes that the measures that government takes are not enough.

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20.05.19
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Migrants in New Villages in Southern Tajikistan: No Electricity for Years and No Knowing When It Will Appear

Under Tajik authorities’ order, over the past few years, dozens of families from the Gorno-Badakhshan region, Rasht and Kulob voluntarily moved to the south of the country. However, many migrants are dissatisfied with the new situation and complain about difficult living conditions.

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14.05.19
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Detentions and Blocks in Kazakhstan: What Will Tokayev Do Next?

On May 9, several mass protests demanding fair elections took place in several towns of Kazakhstan. This is not the first campaign after the change in the country’s leadership and the announcement of early election; however, it is the first one that is characterised by relatively violent preventive and response measures taken by the authorities.
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Jehova Witnesses in Kazakhstan: right to be inclusive

Jehova Witnesses in Kazakhstan are open, eager to share any information. Their activity aren’t restricted in Kazakhstan, however there is risk for restrictions due to incorrect interpretations and understanding of some aspects of their beliefs from society.

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Uzbekistan: On the Way to Equality

Uzbekistan is the only state in Central Asian region, which doesn’t have a law on equal rights and opportunities for men and women. However, in late April the country submitted a draft law for public discussion. It has caused mixed reaction of people.
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“Stay Neutral.” Life of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Uzbekistan

There are more than 140 thousand residents in the town of Chirchik, Tashkent region, including 500 followers of the religious organisation, Jehovah’s Witnesses. They cannot get registered in any other town of Uzbekistan, therefore, the information about their exact number in the country is not available.
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