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Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.
Turkmenistan also reportedly restricting access for foreigners during its biggest-ever international event.
One of the world’s most isolated countries may also be one of the healthiest.
Citizens will no longer receive the free electricity, gas, and water they have taken for granted for a quarter-century.
The eighteen-time major winner is working with eccentric leader Berdymukhamedov on designs for several golf courses.
President tries out ideas like begging for Qatari aid and dispensing with cash.
Slowdown on Uzbek stretch of new pipeline is a painful setback for Turkmenistan.
Despite political stability, the isolated, gas-rich country is feeling the impact of low energy prices.
Shutoff could prove more costly for Ashgabat than Tehran.