Tuesday, September 02, 2014


Latest Tajikistan News

SCO Wraps Up Military Exercises In China

Soldiers from Russia, China, and four Central Asian states are completing the final day of exercises simulating a military response to an outbreak of inter-ethnic tensions in any of the countries. More

SCO Military Exercises Due To Enter Final Stage

Army chiefs from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) are due to monitor the final stage of ongoing antiterrorist drills in China on August 29. More

SCO Military Chiefs Agree To Improve Antiterrorism Operations

Military chiefs from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) have agreed to improve joint antiterrorism operations. More

Tajik Barber Jailed For Life For Killing Warden Who Wanted Haircut

A jailed barber in Tajikistan has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing a warden to death with scissors. More

Russian Soldiers Suspected Of Killing Taxi Driver In Tajikistan

Police in Tajikistan have detained two Russian servicemen on suspicion of killing a taxi driver in the Central Asian nation. More

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Latest Blog Posts

A Pipeline From A Land Of Water To A Land Of Oil

Iran is looking for more water and some Iranian officials believe the place to get it is from Tajikistan. The problem is how to get the water from Tajikistan's mountains to Iran, several hundred kilometers away. More

Central Asia Prepares For Afghan 'Threat'

Central Asia's governments have been dreading January 2015, for some time. Many remember the last half of the 1990s, when the Taliban was stretching its rule along Afghanistan's northern border and the problems of the country seeped into Central Asia. More
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Features & Commentary

Interview: Russia As A 'Chance For Survival' For Tajik Migrants

Ksenia Diodorova, a Russian photographer and graphic designer, talks about her photo essay "In The Cold," which looks at the lives of Tajik labor migrants and their families back home in Tajikistan's mountainous Gorno-Badakhshan province.
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Video World's Oldest Profession Up For Discussion In Tajikistan

Amid an apparent rise in the number of sex workers, the world's oldest profession is becoming a topic of open debate in Tajikistan.
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