The Kyrgyz government has launched a criminal investigation of the Canadian company that owns the Kumtor mine.
Trend of attacks and killings by nationalists continues, rights groups say.
Activists protest against a proposed Kremlin-style bill that would impose the "foreign agent” label and restrict foreign funding.
Kyrgyz opposition groups protest perceived official inaction to settle long-running border disputes.
The region badly needs new investment as Russian money flees. Yet significant cooperation with Iran is years away.
Region’s media often serve as mouthpieces for policies that stigmatize all but non-political religious activity.
Stalled construction projects across Kyrgyzstan capital’s ‘golden quarter’ are emblematic of the currency’s sharp losses.
A British employee of Kyrgyzstan's biggest gold mine lands himself in hot water by comparing the country’s national dish to a horse’s penis.
Security chief says Islamists from Western Europe could strike in the country, but gives no evidence.
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