In Tajikistan as well, religious institutions and their followers wrestle with new restrictions.
For 15 years, extremists have annually honored a Nazi ally accused of signing death warrants for thousands of Jews.
Some worry about cooperation of extremists with the police to patrol city streets.
Gafur Rakhimov is under U.S. sanctions as a suspected kingpin of a Eurasian crime syndicate.
But the Smog Free Tower is unlikely to solve Poland’s pollution problem, caused by its heavy reliance on coal.
How can the Czech Republic have such low rates of depression and still so many suicides?
Landmark event marks a further gesture by the secular authorities to the faith of the majority.
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