Greece’s detention of a Tajik oppositionist has again raised questions about the abuse of the international criminal notice system.
Investors unable to find the country on a map are keen to buy bonds with the promise of attractive yields.
From what to wear every day to finding one’s true love, the Tajik president has solutions to a vast array of daily conundrums.
Tehran denies training and funding Islamist assassins during Tajik civil war.
One woman’s bitter experience as a migrant worker underlines the increasing strain on working women in Central Asia’s poorest nation.
Sweep comes months after leader Rahmon’s son left the anti-corruption agency to become mayor of Dushanbe.
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