Poverty and lack of opportunity continue to drive millions of Central Asians to Russia in search of work.
Country’s president is trying to stifle his opponents and the media, critics charge.
Backers of the Ata Meken party leader say he fell victim to political gamesmanship ahead of presidential polls.
Kyrgyz and Kazakh authorities close online groups, question children over social media ‘death groups.’
Some question whether the plane that crashed, killing nearly 40, was only making a refueling stop at Manas airport as claimed.
The region’s small Uighur community is keen to distance itself from accusations of terrorism.
'How do your husbands let you brew beer?’ blustered one male customer at a new Bishkek drinking spot.
Is the bellwether of Central Asian democracy turning inward, even as closed-off Uzbekistan gradually opens to the world?
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