A Russian court has convicted a former military officer of fighting alongside Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria and sentenced him to 19 years in prison.
Prominent Tajik actress Musharrafa Qosimova, known as "the mother of Tajik theater," has died at the age of 100 in Dushanbe.
Authorities in the Tajik town of Kulob received a World Bank grant of around $160,000 to build a new school. Three years after it opened, the school started to collapse and teachers and students were forced to abandon it.
Human Rights Watch and eight other rights groups have urged the Tajik government to immediately release a gravely ill political activist who claims to have been tortured.
A disputed section of the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan reopened on March 18 following the successful conclusion of four days of bilateral talks.
The American mother of one of four foreign cyclists killed in a terrorist attack in Tajikistan last year has said she will seek financial compensation from the Central Asian country.
Kyrgyz authorities have evacuated residents of two villages near a disputed section of its border with Tajikistan following deadly clashes in the area.
Two people have been killed and more than a dozen wounded in two days of clashes on the disputed border between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
There's been a deadly clash between villagers along a disputed section of the Tajik-Kyrgyz border after Kyrgyzstan restarted construction work on a controversial road in the area.
Tajikistan says it soon plans to repatriate more than 70 children born under the banner of Islamic State in hopes of preventing their future radicalization.
A fake-job scam in Tajikistan "guaranteed" Tajiks they would get automotive jobs and housing in the Czech Republic following an upfront "recruitment payment" of $1,320.
A Tajik activist says government officials abducted him and pressured him to support President Emomali Rahmon's eldest son, Rustam, in the 2020 election. Is he Tajikistan's heir apparent?