The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has expressed regret over a decision by a Tajik court that requires a journalist to pay damages for defaming the country's intelligentsia.
A top U.S. diplomat says Washington will wait before weighing in on a controversial dam project in Tajikistan.
Kyrgyzstan plans to file a protest with Russia over inflammatory statements made by the leader of Russia's Liberal Democratic Party, Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
A top U.S. diplomat has held talks in Dushanbe focusing on bilateral ties and the situation in Afghanistan.
The secretary-general of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) says the situation along the Tajik-Kyrgyz border has improved.
The effects of Kazakhstan's currency devaluation reach far and wide, as migrant workers whose family members depend on remittances have come to find out.
The chief editor of "Hafta" (The Week) weekly, Hikmatyor Hikmatzoda, says that the Culture Ministry has withdrawn the license because the newspaper has covered issues that were not outlined in the periodical's charter.
Tajik authorities have a message for mullahs: learn marketable skills, and get regular jobs.
Currency-exchange points in Tajikistan's capital, Dushanbe, have stopped selling U.S. dollars as the national Tajik currency, the somoni, has lost 3 percent of its value against the dollar since February 11.
A Tajik man who was attacked after speaking out about life as a homosexual in his country returned to speak with RFE/RL's Tajik Service about the assault.
Uzbekistan has welcomed a U.S. law that, according to Uzbekistan's media at least, supports Tashkent's opposition to the construction of large hydropower projects by its Central Asian neighbors.
A young Tajik man who recently described his closeted life as a homosexual in articles and a video published by RFE/RL says he has been beaten and stabbed outside his home in the capital in retribution for his interview.