Plus, Dushanbe accuses of Tashkent of courting a humanitarian disaster, and Serbia aims to settle its longtime refugees.
Plus, Lukashenka eyes a second nuclear plant and Tajikistan's children in peril from malnutrition.
Despite promises of government aid and some new jobs, the riot-torn city in western Kazakhstan remains traumatized. From EurasiaNet.org.
Private taxi drivers in Azerbaijan’s capital say new regulations, and new cars, are driving them out of business.
Plus, Polish ex-spy chief charged over abuse of terror suspects and a Romanian woman’s remarkable rise from poverty.
Plus, Tashkent again shuts off the gas to Tajikistan and Tallinn debates the merits of free bus rides.
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