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.
On a related note, will mandatory attendance at the theater improve the Tajik police’s poor human rights record?
The 40-minute hop is another sign of Tashkent’s improving relations with neighboring Tajikistan.
China’s presence on the porous Tajik-Afghan border is also rising.
Tajikistan remains at risk for problems caused by undernourishment, while obesity is a rising problem across the region.
In the name of security, mobile phone and internet users face mounting restrictions and higher costs.
The country may have lost two-thirds of its mountain forests in the quarter-century since independence.
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