Gas-rich Central Asian country reportedly falling deeper into debt to China as its economic woes show no sign of easing.
Turkmenistan’s Coca-Cola bottler has ceased production, becoming another victim of the country’s worsening economy.
A series of disputes with its neighbors has left Turkmenistan reliant on China to purchase its gas.
Rosy economic forecast flies in the face of reports about public belt-tightening.
Mind-boggling scale of destruction became public knowledge only after USSR collapsed.
Rising temperatures linked to climate change are most likely responsible for steadily falling water levels in the Caspian Sea, a new study contends.
Turkmenistan also reportedly restricting access for foreigners during its biggest-ever international event.
One of the world’s most isolated countries may also be one of the healthiest.
Citizens will no longer receive the free electricity, gas, and water they have taken for granted for a quarter-century.
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