Labor migrants stay in Russia the longest; workers in Kazakhstan return home the most. These and other findings are the result of a UN survey on migrant labor.
Fearing that they might be in danger of being kidnapped by Uzbek secret services leaders of the Alga Karakalpakstan movement have asked the Kyrgyzstan government for protection.
The catastrophic wave of violence at the hands of the Islamic State will repeat itself in Afghanistan and then move on to Central Asia, forecasts the president of the Russian Institute for the Middle East Studies.
Sanctions against Russia for intervening in Ukraine’s internal affairs are negatively impacting earnings and remittances by Central Asian migrant workers – the amount transferred this year to date has decreased in comparison to last year.
September 1 is the 23rd anniversary of Uzbekistan’s independence and most of its borders with its Central Asian neighbors will remain closed until September 5.
According to experts if a Central Asian leader intensifies collaboration with the West in order to investigate the causes of the tragedy, this person must also fear an Ukrainian-style uprising in their own country.
Kyrgyz president Almazbek Atambaev hopes that tragic events of June 2010 in Osh will never be repeated while Uzbek authorities keep their silence on the anniversary of ethnic violence.
President Almazbek Atambayev is not repeating the mistakes of his predecessor, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, who promised Moscow that he would close the US base in Kyrgyzstan but never did.
Political analysts are calling the Tajik Labor Migrants movement’s suggestion that Central Asia unite into a single Islamic khalifat “utopian” and “dead-end.”
Ajtmamat Kadyrbaev was elected mayor in Osh, located in south of Kyrgyzstan, in an election climate that stopped just short of bloodshed.
People in the neighboring Kazakhstan compare Gulnara Karimova’s current troubles to what happened to the Kazakh’s president's daughter Dariga Nazarbaeva.
Yesterday was exactly six years since my older brother Alisher, a journalist from the city of Osh and main editor of the Siesat newspaper, was murdered.
War, peace, good president, bad president, dictator president … what will the citizens of Uzbekistan be faced with in a few years? Political refugees discuss these issues in Bishket.
The Tashkent airport police have confirmed the arrest of Tolekan Ismailova, a well known human rights advocate from Kyrgyzstan.
“In the future everything is alright in Ashgabat. But there are no people. No people at all,” a Shoot Me expert has said about his recent trip to the Turkmen capital.
People in the Uzbek exclave of Soh in Kyrgyzstan can travel to Uzbekistan only by taking a detour full of extreme conditions.
Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan have agreed to re-open the border to their exclaves. Uzbek Soh exclave residents returned home after a month of waiting.
Uzbek citizen Polatboy Berdaliyev, 27, has been sentenced to life in South Kazakhstan Region for his involvement in gang robberies and murdering women under the guise of a taxi driver.
Several dozen of residents of Kyrgyzstan's Batken Region are continuing to block the Uzbek enclave Soh, pointing to Tashkent’s diplomatic impotence.
Humanitarian aid has been sent to the Uzbek exclave of Soh in Kyrgyzstan but its residents are still stranded in the town of Rishtan in Uzbekistan's Fergana Region.
Is Uzbek President Islam Karimov a dictator?
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