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Dmitry Alyaev
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Alisher Taksanov
Chronicle of two weeks
The border is looking for a sponsor
Artem Fradchuk
Farrukh Akhmedov
What is the brand "Kazakhstan"
Anastasia Tarasova
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Almost a month has passed since the famous Andijan events. On Tuesday, the discordant choir of the Russian and foreign media with their assessments of this shooting was suddenly silenced by the release of the report by the authoritative international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) “Lead rain: the Andijan massacre on May 13”, which again spurred public interest in the Uzbek situation. HRW employees interviewed about 50 witnesses of that tragedy and concluded that "The May shooting of unarmed demonstrators was so massive and unjustified that it could be called a slaughterhouse."
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Uzbekistan is one of the few countries that now use anti-personnel mines, and which in the near future does not intend to accede to the Ottawa Convention on the Prohibition of the use of these combat weapons for the destruction of non-selective action. By this, the republic shows its weakness in all aspects of domestic and foreign policy.
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Chronicle of two weeks
On May 31, 2005, the National Association of Independent Mass Media of Tajikistan (NANSMIT) received a statement from the wife of a journalist and a member of the International Confederation of Journalistic Unions, Jumaboy Tolibov. In a statement, she asks to clarify the issue of the illegal arrest of her husband. On April 24, 2005, Tolibov was detained by officers of the Department of Internal Affairs of the Firdousi district of Dushanbe with the sanction of the prosecutor of Aininsky district S. Azamov. On April 29, he was taken to the detention center of the Department of Internal Affairs of the city of Penjikent, then transferred to the temporary detention center of the Department of Internal Affairs of Ainsky district, where he is still located.
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The border is looking for a sponsor
After more than a hundred years, Russian border guards are leaving the banks of the Pyanj River, in the south of the country. From now on, the entire border line with Afghanistan passes under the control of the Tajik border guards. To date, the Moscow frontier detachment, 232 km long, has been completely transferred under the protection of the State Border Protection Committee by the Russian military. and Badakhshan direction - about 1 thousand km
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In March 2005, a Kyrgyz frontier post was formed on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the Kyrgyz village of Kulundu and the Tajik village of Ovchi-Kalach. This is despite the fact that on this part of the state border, located in the Fergana Valley, the border has not yet been delimited, and part of the territory of this region is controversial. With the opening of the Kyrgyz border guards, the population of both sides faced many difficulties.
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What is the brand "Kazakhstan"
Those who did not come across the phenomenon when, when they first visited Kazakhstan, people, not even from the farthest abroad, said with astonishment and from the bottom of their hearts: and we thought you had yurts and camels everywhere. In Europe or in Asia, stop a passerby and ask what you know about Kazakhstan? Silence. And about the Soviet Union? Oh yes! And although 15 years have passed, and after the collapse of the empire, another, independent form of life appeared in the world.
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In Kyrgyzstan, the main news today is the upcoming July 10 presidential election, because the election race will officially start on June 10. According to the official report of the country's CEC, of ​​the 22 presidential candidates of Kyrgyzstan, only 9 people collected the required number of signatures. The greatest number of signatures above the required rate (50 thousand votes) were collected by several presidential candidates. Among them are the current head of state, Kurmanbek Bakiyev and ombudsman Tursunbai Bakir uulu.
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The situation around refugees from Uzbekistan in the south of Kyrgyzstan attracted the attention of many authoritative international organizations, such as Human Rights, Amnesty International. Mary Murphy, a spokesman for the Oasis Internet journal Almaz Kalet, spoke with Amnesty International Central Asia researcher Mary Murphy.
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