Tajik President Emomali Rahmon said his country's parliament will ratify an agreement that extends Russia's military presence in Tajikistan until 2042.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has helped launch a new oil refinery as his country continues to try to alleviate its chronic energy shortages.
A court in Tajikistan’s northern Sughd region has sentenced two members of a militant group to long terms in prison.
Tajik officials say the body of Uzbek diaspora leader Salim Shamsiddinov may have been found in a river in neighboring Uzbekistan.
A well-known Tajik opposition journalist has been denied entry at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport.
Some religious extremists call it un-Islamic. Other people find it annoying and say it borders on begging. But children across Central Asia love Ramadan caroling -- a tradition that evolved out of Central Asia's pre-Islamic customs.
Tajik authorities have suspended the operation of five of the country's six legally-run madrasahs.
Tajik Interior Ministry spokesman Mahmadullo Asadulloev told RFE/RL on July 10 that the suspects are accused of hacking into the computer network of a subsidiary of Sweden's TeliaSonera mobile-telephone operator.
As Dushanbe seeks to break yet another world record by building a humongous new teahouse, we take a look at eight of the most high-profile "vanity projects" in the Central Asian countries of Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan.
What do you call free, internet-based classes taught by professors from top U.S. schools? They're known as "massive open online courses," or "MOOCs." But some are simply calling them an educational revolution.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has called on political parties and the media "not to forget their responsibility for social stability," when assessing the current situation in Tajikistan.
The Tajik Interior Ministry announced on June 26 that Muhammadyusuf Ismoilov was arrested earlier this week and accused of demanding bribes from two residents of the northern province of Sughd.