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IWPR holds regular trainings for students and journalists from across Central Asia, with their materials published in Russian and national languages on the analytical platform CABAR.asia and in English for international readers on iwpr.net . Articles by IWPR reporters cover current events andsignificant trends that affect the lives of people in the whole Central Asian region.

Can Uzbekistan Attract Mass Tourists to Central Asia?

One of the most closed countries of former USSR opens doors to the rest of the world, but mass tourists don’t visit the region.
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03.06.19
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Rogun HPP: Financial Problems, Accident and Non-Transparency

The largest construction site in Tajikistan, the Rogun HPP, is experiencing financial and technical problems alongside the non-transparent financial processes. CABAR.asia expert doubts that the authorities will be able to complete construction without investors.
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31.05.19
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Adult Problems of Underage Kyrgyzstanis

Every third child in Kyrgyzstan lives in poverty and their number is rising every year.
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The Hajj Price in Tajikistan Went up Again. According to the Government, the Reason Is the Rising Prices in Saudi Arabia

In Tajikistan, in the context of the state’s monopoly, the authorities raised prices for the hajj again.
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30.05.19
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Life After IS: What Awaits Kazakhstanis upon Return Home?

The success of the operation to get Kazakhstanis back from combat zones of Syria can be determined many years afterwards, experts say.
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Tolerance in Tajikistan: Non-Muslims Complain, Authorities Do Not See Problems, Experts Talk About Threats

In Tajikistan, amid the killing of foreign tourists, believers of non-Islamic confessions speak of religious intolerance growth. However, the authorities deny this trend.
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24.05.19
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Why Did Dozens Die in Tajik Prison Riot?

Questions asked over second outbreak of serious violence in six months.

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23.05.19
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Return from Syria and Iraq. Kyrgyzstan Still ‘Works Over’ This Issue

Women and children are the highest priority, but their rehabilitation is not on the agenda. 
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What Do Children Returned from Iraq Need?

The Tajik authorities assert that the medical examination and treatment of children returned from Iraq continues, and further steps will be taken to implement programs for their return to families. However, the Tajik expert believes that the measures that government takes are not enough.
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20.05.19
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Migrants in New Villages in Southern Tajikistan: No Electricity for Years and No Knowing When It Will Appear

Under Tajik authorities’ order, over the past few years, dozens of families from the Gorno-Badakhshan region, Rasht and Kulob voluntarily moved to the south of the country. However, many migrants are dissatisfied with the new situation and complain about difficult living conditions.
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14.05.19
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